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EU member states seek greater uptake of research results

Eighteen countries will share tips on translating research results into socioeconomic gains

The EU has launched an exercise to help countries improve their policies for increasing the real-world uptake of research results.

Its ‘mutual learning exercise’ on knowledge valorisation—the use of research to benefit society and the economy—is taking place under the Policy Support Facility, a part of the bloc’s research and innovation programme that is primarily used to provide expert advice to EU member states on how they can improve their R&I systems.

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