Policy Analysis: Life Sciences, Policy
Horizon 2020 Special Coverage
The 2015 Science|Business Annual Summit
The Science|Business Annual Summit brings together leaders from research, industry and policy to debate current and future trends needed to unleash Europe’s technological potential.
- 17 November 2015
The future of manufacturing: Industry 4.0
A Science|Business public conference
Brussels - 01 October 2015
The Bioeconomy Challenge: Producing more from less
A Science|Business high-level roundtable
Brussels - 02 July 2015
The new European Commission: 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
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The path to a healthy, wealthy Europe is stronger research

Over 600 researchers from all round Europe have contributed to a critical review of Horizon 2020. They say collaboration is needed across disciplines for the €80B research programme to deliver, writes EMRC Chair Liselotte Højgaard


Liselotte Højgaard, Chair of the European Medical Research Councils

In the autumn of 2011, the Copenhagen Research Forum (CRF) invited European researchers to contribute their comments and ideas on the six societal challenges - in health; food and agriculture; energy; transport; climate change and resources; and societies - that form an important part of Horizon 2020, the next EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

The final recommendations of these experts were published recently in the report, “Visions for Horizon 2020 – from Copenhagen Research...



Related subjects: Denmark, Horizon 2020, European Medical Research Councils, risk-taking

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