That question will be discussed – in the context of research, innovation and globalisation – at a session of the 10th anniversary European Innovation Summit (EIS).
Next week’s summit in Brussels, led by Knowledge4Innovation (K4I), includes a morning debate, titled: unlocking the potential of global research and innovation collaboration. K4I will lead the 27 November session in cooperation EUREKA, the Mission of Canada to the EU and the Gouvernement du Québec.
“This breakfast panel debate aims to provide a well-timed opportunity to remind the EU institutions of the value and importance of global collaboration in research and innovation, present the perspectives from the European Commission and EUREKA and selected countries on how global collaboration could be optimised under Horizon Europe, as well as to share best practice and recommendations on how to further enhance a win-win cooperation,” the programme states.
We will be at the Summit covering this and the packed programme at the high-profile research and innovation policy event in Brussels.
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