LogoEUA was involved in two sessions at the European Commission’s Innovation Convention this week in Brussels (10-11 March). As part of the EU’s Innovation Union flagship initiative, the Innovation Convention aims to provide a platform for different stakeholders to debate and inform policies that will contribute towards the building of a research and innovation eco-system in Europe that can support this objective.
EUA contributed to two of the fringe sessions held in parallel to the main programme organised by the EC. Professor Maria Helena Nazaré, EUA President, took part in a session on “The European Research Area (ERA) Partnership as backbone of the European innovation eco-system(s)” which included presentations from all of the research stakeholder organisations (SHOs) involved in the ERA stakeholder platform with the European Commission. More...