All nations have a right to explore space but to date it’s been a privilege for rich countries. Now, satellites are becoming so cheap they are within the reach of start-ups and university students
One year on, the new board overseeing the €1B project is yet to present revised strategic goals
Political leaders of Romania, Latvia and Bulgaria, the poor performers in Europe’s innovation stakes, have all made commitments to support research and innovation, but progress has been poor
Head of LERU rails against ‘tiresome and recurrent attempts’ to cut the Horizon 2020 research budget
Research bodies say they will continue to fund the controversial technique but call for a debate to discuss potential applications
2-DTech, a spin-out from the University of Manchester, has refined and improved graphene production technologies. With the help of Innovate UK, the company is now developing equipment that allows the production of graphene for industrial applications.
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Despite seeing her text on copyright reform watered down in a European Parliament vote in June, MEP Julia Reda tells Science|Business the case for data mining of published research is too strong for the EU to ignore
How might its science be affected if the UK were to leave the EU? Science|Business asked some researchers from non-EU countries for their perspectives
Martin Rees, UK Astronomer Royal tells Science|Business why it is important to bring entrepreneurial cash and the principles of open innovation to bear on one of the biggest questions in science: Are we alone?
Fresh data from the European Commission shows there is an increase in new female graduates. But a lack of women in leadership roles is a continuing problem, says Curt Rice, who leads Norway's committee on gender balance in research
Research Commissioner Carlos Moedas wants an initiative to tackle science misconduct to be in place by the end of the year. It is an issue Europe is divided on, says Simon Godecharle, researcher and ethicist at KU Leuven
To succeed at Horizon 2020, you need a good road map – not just for the fundamentals of applying for grants, but...
In October 2014, members of the Science|Business Network of universities and companies met in Berlin to compare notes about the future of four key sectors in Europe. This is what they see coming.
report Fixing the system: Horizon 2020 should focus on the overall system for delivering healthcare, experts say
Across the European Union, healthcare authorities are striving to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of their delivery systems. The population is...
Every year since 2008, the Science|Business Innovation Board has gathered entrepreneurs and innovators from across Europe for its annual awards. Meet this year’s winners – transforming education, enterprise, and the economy.
The world spends millions a year on telescopes, synchrotrons, colliders, DNA databases and other ‘big science’ projects. What does it get for that money?
A high level conference on the leading life science clusters in Europe
Brussels - 22 September 2015
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Brussels - 29 September 2015
event INNOVATING FOR GROWTH
At the 2015 Science|Business Annual Summit, on the eve of the COP 21 Conference on Climate Change, Science|Business is gathering the leaders in European innovation for a two-day programme of private and public debate on how to attain sustainable growth through research and innovation.
Barcelona - 20 November 2015
Karolinska Development AB has published its interim report January – June 2015.
A project to develop technology that could improve outcomes for people with kidney disease received a boost, following a £1 million grant.
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