EU Scientists Propose Research Priorities
The European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) today presented the European Commission with its first “List of Opportunities” – 23 concrete examples of some of the new, large scale infrastructures which Europe’s scientific and industrial community will need in the coming decade. European research infrastructures are fundamental to Europe’s scientific excellence and economic performance. Measures to maximise existing research infrastructures and foster the development of new capabilities are included in the Commission’s proposal for a new Framework Programme for Research, creating for the first time an EU-wide approach to this issue.
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News Source: Cordis
29 August 2023
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