News

  • 07.10 2011

    The Best e-services to learn from in TAFTIE

     

    Vinnova’s e-Services Portal and NL Agencies Social and New media service have been selected as the best e-services to learn from. The services were chosen from 3 funding and 3 non-funding eServices that were presented on a joint Executive Working Group and TET task force meeting in Tallinn on 27.09.2011.

  • 05.10 2011
    • Country review of EU Member States and Associated countries
      This new section provides raw data in Excel as well as PDF tables for each country for 'R&D Intensity projections, 2000-2020', 'R&D profile, 2009', 'Average annual growth (%), 2000-2009', Co-publications between countries, Co-invented patent applications between countries etc.
  • 23.09 2011

    Tekes has published a revised strategy: Growth and wellbeing from renewal

  • 23.09 2011

    TAFTIE has responded to the Commission's consultation on the Green Paper on a Common Strategic Framework for future EU Research and Innovation Funding by sending in the paper.

  • 23.09 2011

    This new Guide provides potential recipients of EU funding for research and innovation with the practical information they need to access this funding.

  • 23.09 2011

    Global R&D investment by companies in Europe will grow by 5 per cent per year from 2011 to 2013, but most of this will be spent outside the EU.

  • 16.06 2011

    Earlier this year the Research Council of Norway launched its new “Strategy on international cooperation” for the period 2010-2020. An abridged English version highlighting the most important areas of focus and challenges is now available.

  • 16.05 2011

    In just 10 years, Switzerland has become a leader in technology innovation in Europe. It’s not yet on a par with Silicon Valley, but they are on the right path, says one German venture capitalist.

  • 07.04 2011

    A group of MEPs working on plans for the EU’s overall budget from 2014 are pushing for a big boost – to as much as €100 billion - for the next EU research programme, as Maria Da Graça Carvalho, Member of the European Parliament tells Science|Business.

  • 28.03 2011

    A new group of countries, lead by China and followed by others including Brazil and India, are emerging as major scientific powers to rival the traditional “scientific superpowers” of the US, Western Europe and Japan , a new report from the Royal Society, the UK’s national academy of science, has found.

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