Strengthening the nexus between the ocean and climate change is a priority for the EU.
The 2022 edition of the European Innovation Scoreboard (EIS) shows that innovation performance e has increased for the EU as a whole and almost all Member States since 2015
Issue 2022/Q2 – This edition covers recent empirical evidence and theoretical reflections on the financing of innovation, with a particular focus on the financing of green innovation.
The aim of European Partnerships with EU and associated countries, the private sector, foundations and other stakeholders is to deliver on global challenges and modernise industry.
Science for climate action EU research contribution to IPCC working group II on impacts, adaptation and vulnerability
contribution of EU-funded projects to pushing the boundaries of the science underpinning the work of the IPCC on climate impacts, adaptation and vulnerability.
Science, Research and Innovation Performance of the EU (SRIP) report, download by chapter
It provides insights into how research and innovation policies can help build an inclusive, sustainable, competitive and resilient Europe by leveraging the essential role of research and innovation as a source of prosperity and as a catalyst for change.
The current document develops practical guidelines for hackathons as a tool to valorise knowledge with citizens on the driving seat
The HLEG concludes that food system transformation must be better supported through more ambitious interlinked science-policy-society interfaces
A success story of ocean science diplomacy