Research with neutrons is crucial to Europe’s ambitions—but facilities are closing, says Helmut Schober
Underfunded IT systems leave universities vulnerable to cyberattacks
Highly cited papers feature prominently in valuable patents, say Felix Poege and his colleagues
EU support has been crucial to the Sesame laboratory in Jordan, says Rolf Heuer
Back page gossip from the 9 January issue of Research Europe
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Governments won’t stand up for the programme unless researchers make them, says Daniel Spichtinger
Big companies bring mixed blessings to publicly funded R&D projects, says Sara Amoroso
Back page gossip from the 5 December issue of Research Europe
ESA funding boost offers political clout—and benefits science
Funders should remember that doctoral students are learners as well as workers, says Anders Bröstrom
Universities are becoming more inclusive, but challenges remain say Thomas Jørgensen and Anna-Lena Claeys-Kulik
Universities must pressure member states to reverse funding stance
Back page gossip from the 21 November issue of Research Europe
Cementing privilege at top of the system reduces opportunity at the bottom, says Antonio Loprieno
The Juncker Plan was controversial, but it seems to have worked
Uncertainty about the UK’s status is holding up decisions elsewhere, says Kurt Deketelaere
Back page gossip from the 7 November issue of Research Europe
Budget squabbles part of Framework programme’s birth pangs
Mariya Gabriel has a chance to make universities central to EU policy, says Jan Palmowski
Back page gossip from the 24 October issue of Research Europe
Courts should not let companies keep data on medicines secret, says Ancel.la Santos
Data-driven management risks commercially controlled, sterile science, says Ulrich Herb
The evaluation of DDR science holds lessons for today
Back page gossip from the 10 October issue of Research Europe
Celebrating and enabling openness gives better results than trying to measure it, says Elizabeth Gadd
Loss of research from commissioner’s title reveals shifting tides in Brussels, says Peter Fisch
Back page gossip from the 26 September issue of Research Europe
Limiting third-country membership would weaken EU soft power without saving money, says Daniel Spichtinger
Biases in decision-making can lead to bad choices in innovation policy, says Jan Schnellenbach.
Back page gossip from the 12 September issue of Research Europe
As chaos reigns in British politics, Sarah Richardson asks where this leaves researchers.
Horizon Europe is meant to do things better, but can it deliver?
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