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Kamila Markram, head of open science platform Frontiers, argues research funders must do much more to speed openness in science.
Günther Oettinger says research should be the only programme spared spending cuts as the EU weighs how to make up for losing the UK’s €11B per annum contribution.
The European Commission plans to launch its open science cloud by 2020, but calls on universities to train more data scientists
Macron's promise to ring fence university funding did not last two months, says the National Union of Higher Education.
Don’t mention the B word: the first major reform of R&D funding since 1965 aims to make the UK the “go-to place” for science.
New report from influential group recommends ditching large-scale projects in favour of funding outstanding individual researchers, getting rid of submission deadlines and awarding smaller grants to make the pie go further.
The Commission wants to knit existing data infrastructures into a shared pan European resource.
EU Research Commissioner Carlos Moedas praises scientists for finding their voice.
Focus on bridge-building, open the science cloud, clarify the rules – these are among the steps that the EU should now take to turn the UK’s departure from disaster to opportunity.
The days of open science have arrived and it is time to move from pay-to-read to free-to-read, says EU's R&D Commissioner. But publishers want to keep their subscriptions.
The EU Commission is canvassing views on whether the process of assessing research projects should be more open to public eyes.
Webcasts of the 2016 Science|Business Horizon2020 conference: will its overall, annual budget be cut in this year's EU funding review?
Intense lobbying by scientists and journal publishing companies between now and the autumn is expected.