The Juncker Commission, and in particular Carlos Moedas, Commissioner for Research and Innovation, have set an ambitious goal for the EU. It should become more open in all respects: provide open access to the results of publicly funded research; promote open science and citizen science; engage in more direct and transparent ways with citizens and endorse open innovation models to tackle pressing societal challenges.
- What does this mean for existing science and innovation policy in the EU?
- What is the role of R&I policy and the importance of a strong science base for knowledge transformation and diffusion throughout Europe?
CEPS is welcoming Commissioner Carlos Moedas with members of the "Research, Innovation, and Science Policy Experts" (RISE) high level group to discuss Europe's future in science and innovation.
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Participation in this event is free of charge.
Registration from 9.30 – Meeting from 10.00 to 15.00