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The EU’s education commissioner, Ján Figel’, is pushing for change in European universities – to the economic benefit of all.
As the global financial turmoil continues to cast its shadow, government leaders are gathering in Brussels to discuss collaboration.
The European Research Council head urges basic research for economic growth – and charts a course for expansion
The Science|Business Innovation Board says Europe's innovation policies need to change, to encourage high-growth entrepreneurs.
In the global village, goes the standard economic theory, every region should have its own set of specialised skills to trade with the rest of the world – an inventory of talents and resources at which it excels and earns its keep. So what is Europe's niche?
If Europe is to prosper in the global economy, it needs a lot more people like Fabian Suchanek. The 27-year-old German student is full of enthusiasm for his field, computer science.
“EUROPE has a team of star players, but it is not a star team.” That frank assessment of EUROPE's weaknesses and strengths in research was how Dr Janez Potocnik, the EU Science and Research Commissioner, opened a campaign earlier this year to reform how R&D is governed in EUROPE. His effort is the most-sweeping look at EU research policy in years, and is expected to result in a series of new...