The future of research in Scotland will be ‘better together’
As the 18 September referendum looms closer, Jim Gallacher, emeritus professor at Glasgow Caledonian University, calls for a ‘No’ vote against Scottish independence, saying universities and research will be stronger if Scotland remains part of the UK
Bad news for research and innovation?
Advocates for cross-sectoral R&D support fear a downgrade in the new Commission – but in individual areas such as energy, digital technologies, and pharmaceuticals, a stronger emphasis on growth and investment is good news for many
New Commission must try to end the innovation divide
As the Commission prepares for the next term, the current EU Commissioner for regional policy, Johannes Hahn talks to Science|Business about the old problems facing the EU’s “new start” and the impact of smart specialisation
Chalmers: The sound of an atom has been captured
Researchers at Chalmers are first to show the use of sound to communicate with an artificial atom. They can thereby demonstrate phenomena from quantum physics with sound taking on the role of light. The results are published by the journal Science.
Science|Business Innovation Board AISBL Annual Report 2012-2013
Could it help European universities innovate?
Perceptions of ACES finalists about the process of science entrepreneurship