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EU aims to develop its ‘science for policy’ ecosystem


National representatives to discuss coordination and cooperation around evidence-based policymaking

The EU is to discuss ways to improve its ‘science for policy’ ecosystem—the ways in which the bloc and its member states incorporate scientific evidence into policymaking.

Members of the European Research Area and Innovation Committee, a policy advice body comprised of representatives of the EU member states and the European Commission, will explore the topic at a meeting on 22-23 June.

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