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New rules are agreed for the €7B Joint Technology Initiatives
Following criticisms of the first phase in Framework Programme 7, the JTI public-private partnerships are to be remodelled to ensure flexibility whilst increasing transparency
Mind the gap: divisions growing in Europe’s regional innovation performance
The EU scoreboard, published this week shows the pace of innovation has slowed in almost one fifth of Europe’s regions
Starting pistol sounds on Horizon 2020’s search for a “gold nugget”
SMEs to compete for up to €3B under new Horizon 2020 calls
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Support manufacturing and scale-up - as well as start-ups - or lose the ability to innovate
Too great a focus on short-term innovation could damage the long-term ability to grow. New policies are needed to encourage longer cycle innovation and local production, says Hiram Samel of Oxford University’s Saїd Business School
Horizon 2020’s aim to spur innovation will be a new landmark for EU research
Telecoms specialist Carlos Salema has been involved in EU science for more than 25 years. In this Q&A he reflects on the advances fostered by previous research and highlights challenges of the €70B Horizon 2020 programme
Free European researchers to address the (unknown) questions of tomorrow
Horizon 2020 contains some important fixes, but does not allow enough flexibility to change the course of research if the unexpected happens, says Juha Ylä-Jääski, President and CEO of Technology Academy Finland
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INSEAD Professors Win Case Centre Awards 2014
Three faculty members earn top honours for their outstanding case writing scholarship combining theory and practise
Life Science at University of Warwick wins £1.7 million in new research funding
Researchers at the University of Warwick’s School of Life Sciences have been awarded substantial funding from the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC). The grants, worth £1.712m to the University, will support cutting-edge research in environmental microbiology, crop evolution and facilities improvement.
Chalmers develops new computer model that takes us closer to treatment of our most common liver disease
By using clinical data and computer models, Chalmers researchers could identify previously unknown mechanisms behind our most common liver disease. The new knowledge will be used to improve both treatment and diagnosis.
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Horizon 2020: Special Coverage
The Renewable Power Dilemma
Making electricity grids fit for wind and solar power
18 March 2014
Partnerships for Innovation and Socio-Economic Impact: The Entrepreneurial University (partner event)
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm
19 March 2014
Research Commercialisation: From Ideas to IPO (Partner Event)
Research Commercialisation is a new cross-discipline event and will provide a platform for all those involved in promoting university-industry-investor collaboration, technology...
19 May 2014
Unlocking the value of Personalised Healthcare in Europe
This new study shows ICT investments could cut healthcare costs for key ailments by more than 35%.
Bigger and Simpler: A short guide to the EU's €80 billion Horizon 2020 programme
A two-year political fight formally began in Brussels on 30 November with the publication of the European Commission's plan for Horizon 2020, its omnibus R&D programme. It promises less red tape, broader benefits, and more jobs and economic growth.
Biofuels: The Next Generation
Key ideas and recommendations to accelerate the deployment of sustainable biofuels have emerged at the second in a series of three high-level academic policy debates on the energy R&D challenge, The Energy Difference
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