Bigger, and simpler – those are among the promised virtues of the proposed Horizon 2020 programme. But are the changes sufficient to tempt industry back into the fold? And will universities like what they get? A Science|Business meeting in Brussels heard from some of the key architects of the plan
The body representing Europe’s leading research universities is calling for the separate accounting requirements for Framework Programme projects to be abolished
The many obstacles in the way of campus start-ups range from mundane rivalry over laboratory space, to a lack of a top-level commitment to promoting technology transfer and entrepreneurialism. This year's ACES winners met with EIT to discuss experiences and share insight.
The 7th annual roll call of the world’s best universities still ranks Europe’s jewels low, with the US taking more than 50 of the top 100 spots.
The European University Association (EUA) is to lead a project to develop a scorecard aimed at benchmarking university autonomy across Europe.