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Some top researchers prosper in Hungary as country tries to improve its international standing in science.
The independent High-Level Group of Innovators recommends bringing all relevant EU funding schemes into a single, fit-for-purpose 'one-stop-shop' for innovation financing.
The League of European Research Universities (LERU) proposes four golden principles for enhancing the competitiveness of medium-sized research infrastructures in Europe.
US-registered Central European University faces another year of uncertainty over whether it can continue to operate in Hungary.
External report criticizes lack of exploratory research.
The upcoming referendum is unsettling researchers.
The European Commission plans to launch its open science cloud by 2020, but calls on universities to train more data scientists
The European Commission has offered funding for an internet for research data. But it’s unclear what it expects to get for its money.
The European Research Council is planning to reduce the budgets for its single-investigator grants in 2018, to fund the return of the multi-investigator Synergy Grants.
EMBL Council selected Edith Heard as the organisation's fifth Director General. Heard's mandate is scheduled to begin 1 January 2019.
Despite migration of scientists, eastern European paper output has increased.
Statement by Carlos Moedas, European Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation concerning the recent legislative changes to the Hungarian national higher education Act.
ESF kicks off a career tracking survey of doctorate holders with nine research performing and funding organisations on board.
European Digital City Index measures fertility of cities across Europe for innovative digital firms.
Science is already losing out in the Netherlands.
Many researchers also object to proposed higher-education reforms, says survey.
In a paper published today, the League of European Research Universities (LERU) looks at interdisciplinarity as a powerful driver of knowledge creation, scientific progress and innovation.
‘Irreversible’ damage to UK science from a hard Brexit will eclipse any harm caused in the US by a Trump presidency, says new Nobel laureate
An unexpected autumn statement windfall for research, innovation and industrial strategy has given scientists their first bit of cheer for a while
Theresa May is being warned not to use scientists and academics as pawns in negotiations over Brexit.