European research ministers have welcomed the idea of European Innovation Partnerships (EIPs), and in particular the pilot project on healthy and active ageing, as a way to drive innovation and get products and services that address major problems to market more quickly.
Meeting this week, the ministers also underlined the need to ensure EIPs add value, calling on the European Commission to do more work on practical aspects of the partnerships such as governance, funding and how...
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