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‘Erasmus for all’, stem-cell research, astroparticle wish list…

This week in Europe in brief: Commission proposes ‘Erasmus for all’; MEPs against stem-cell research; Funders endorse astroparticle wish list; Medicines agency appoints deputy director; Spain improves access to its biobanks.

Commission proposes ‘Erasmus for all’

The European Commission has proposed a €19-billion (£16.3bn) programme for education funding in 2014-20 called Erasmus for All. If the European Parliament and member states approve, there will be an increase of 70 per cent in education funding compared to 2007-13. The wide-ranging Erasmus for All would focus on learning mobility, cooperation for innovation and policy reforms, and would bring existing programmes, such as Lifelong Learning and Youth in Action, under a single banner.

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