The European Commission launches the Bohemia Study, a foresight exercise aiming to ensure the next EU research programme is equal to the challenges of the 2020s
Rotterdam, Stockholm, Munich among 10 digital hubs with a unique European flavour, according to new Science|Business report
EU today launches public survey on R&D programme, to run until January
European Commission hopes special arrangement will draw more US scientists to its research programme. US researchers will no longer have to sign contracts agreeing to share IP
“I call upon everyone to participate in this” planning process for the next big EU R&D effort, Robert Jan-Smits, head of the European Commission’s research department, told a Science|Business meeting in Brussels last week. Part of it is a foresight exercise, called the Bohemia Study, to predict the big challenges in health, energy and other fields that FP9 may need to address.
Its parent organisation had a damning review from the European Court of Auditors in April, but Willem Jonker, CEO of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology’s digital cluster tells Science|Business the foundations are in place for future growth
The prospect of losing two science heavyweights looms over preparations for Framework Programme 9. Science|Business brought together researchers, funders and policymakers to debate and discuss the implications
viewpoints Hard Brexit is a dark scenario for research
To keep scientific talent flowing into the country, the British government must not make a complete break with the EU, says Carsten Welsch, head of physics at Liverpool University
New Zealand's chief science adviser Peter Gluckman says the demand for expert advice keeps on growing, despite an apparent dismissal of evidence in politics today
In this special reference report, commissioned by Huawei, Science|Business examines 10 tech clusters, which provide case studies on the integration of information and communications technologies (ICT) into an economy, and of a region into the wider world.
In this report, for presentation to the Commissioner at the annual Science|Business Horizon 2020 conference on 16 February 2016 in Brussels,...
This report elaborates on challenges and opportunities that three "Megatrends" - globalization, demographic change and technological change - represent for Europe’s...
Leading research universities around the world are becoming powerful engines of innovation. The most successful institutions generate tens or even hundreds...
event “Mapping Europe: A review of national experiences with patient outcome measures” Spotlight on France
A by-invitation Science|Business event as part of a series of high-level roundtables around the EU on healthcare data and analytics
Paris - 08 November 2016
A by-invitation Science|Business conference as part of a series of high-level events around the EU on healthcare data and analytics
London - 16 December 2016
The aim of the initiative is to encourage the transformation of the public sector by training public-sector professionals, organising debates and promoting research
Aalto University and Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority have a long tradition of collaboration and the new agreement is aimed at creating more systematic forms of collaboration.