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FP9 STANDS GOOD CHANCE OF AVOIDING EU BUDGET CUTS

Günther Oettinger, the EU Budget Commissioner, has said that research should be the only programme spared spending cuts as the EU debates how to balance the books for the next 7-year funding period faced with the loss of the UK’s … Continue reading

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SCIENCE|BUSINESS CONFERENCE : DEBATING PRIORITIES FOR A COMPETITIVE EUROPE

Science|Business is organising a conference with EU Commissioner for Research Carlos Moedas in Brussels on 6 September from 15.00 to 17.30. The starting point for the discussion is the recent report released by Pascal Lamy which proposes a doubling of … Continue reading

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BUSINESS INSIGHT: TALK IS CHEAP

A new business insight provided by Roger La Salle, innovation thought leader and pioneer of “Matrix Thinking”™ Talk is cheap – Talk is easy For anyone seeking business advice and assistance whether in strategy, marketing, advertising, sales or innovation, there … Continue reading

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BUSINESS INSIGHT: IT’S INTANGIBLE YET CLEARLY VISIBLE

A new business insight provided by Roger La Salle, innovation thought leader and pioneer of “Matrix Thinking”™ It’s “Intangible” yet clearly visible! A half time talk by a team coach can provide a burst of inspiration, an adrenalin rush and … Continue reading

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WHAT HAPPENS TO INNOVATORS IN OLD AGE?

If you are wondering about the effects of old age on your capacity to innovate, take a read at this New Statesman article to cheer yourself up… http://www.newstatesman.com/culture/art-design/2017/04/dry-month-waiting-rain-what-happens-innovators-old-age

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REMOVING THE RISK OF A POST-BREXIT BRAIN DRAIN

Members of a UK House of Commons committee have published a report calling on the government to act now to remove uncertainty around the future of EU students and staff at Britain’s universities which could damage their world class reputation … Continue reading

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MARCH FOR SCIENCE – KEEPING UP THE MOMENTUM

Tens of thousands of people marched in cities around the world on 22 April in support of science and against the rise of populist anti-science and alternative facts. True to his promise, EU Research Commissioner Carlos Moedas addressed the marchers … Continue reading

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