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Calls for EU’s Artificial Intelligence Act to make amendments against foreign firms
The deployment of new AI tools, like ChatGPT, has increased awareness across the EU regarding regulation, potentially changing its Artificial Intelligence Act.
MEP open letter calls for closer political attention on very powerful artificial intelligence
A selection of 11 MEPs from across the political spectrum have called on "industry, researchers and decision-makers" to pay closer attention to the potential dangers of "very powerful artificial intelligence" in a new open letter.
Care policy in Europe under the spotlight
Open Access Government places care policy in Europe under the spotlight, including support for caregivers and those with rare diseases or cancer.
Advanced practice nursing in long-term care
Paul De Raeve, Secretary General of the European Federation of Nurses Associations provides insight into the EU’s advanced practice nursing in long-term care.
A new European Innovation Agenda
The European Union’s new innovation agenda for increased competitiveness and welfare, starting with its objectives explored here by Maurizio Mensi from the European Economic and Social Committee.
Implementing the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive
Professor Marco Mongiello, Pro Vice-Chancellor at The University of Law Business School, sheds light on EU rules concerning Corporate Sustainability Reporting.
Energy price crisis: Support for consumers & businesses
Petru Sorin Dandea from the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), explores the support available for consumers and businesses in light of the energy price crisis.
€1.1 billion to support Danish carbon capture and storage
Under EU State Aid rules, the European Commission has approved a €1.1 billion grant to support the Danish roll-out of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies.
It is time to boost innovation in Africa and Europe
A new sustainable business and digital hub for innovation stakeholders from across Africa and Europe known as the EiA Centre has begun operation in Cape Town.
Unlocking the future of circular bioeconomy in Europe
Open Access Government provides an update on Europe’s circular bioeconomy, which brings together various actors from bio-based industries, ranging from farmers to scientists, to solve technological, regulatory and market challenges.
EU and New Zealand conclude Horizon Europe association talks
December 2022 saw negotiations finally and successfully concluded between the EU and New Zealand concerning Horizon Europe association.
Managing the energy price rises in Europe
Open Access Government delve into how the European Commission tackled 2022’s dramatic energy price rises.
EU-LIFE 10th anniversary: envisioning research centres of the future
EU-LIFE, the alliance of research institutes advocating for excellent research in Europe, celebrates its 10th anniversary with the conference Envisioning future research centres.
Unlock sustainable heating in Europe now
Only 13% of thermal energy in Europe is produced by renewable energy sources and 40% from natural gas alone(1). Therefore, unlocking local, green produced, sustainable heating now is a must.
Horizon Europe funding to receive €12.4B in 2023
There is to be no major increase in Horizon Europe funding for 2023 despite pressure from MEPs as €12.4 billion budget revealed.
Social taxonomy: A step towards social sustainability
Judith Vorbach from the European Economic and Social Committee, with Susanne Wixforth, Advisor, walk us through social taxonomy.
What does the future hold for a UK and Horizon Europe partnership?
Following Brexit, the UK’s association with Horizon Europe has continually been contested and debated. What are the possibilities for a lasting UK and Horizon Europe partnership?
Making European consumers a lever for the green transition
Thierry Libaert from the European Economic and Social Committee states the case for making European consumers a lever for the green transition.
Germany becomes one of the first European countries to legalise cannabis
Germany has made plans to legalise cannabis, which could create up to 27,000 new jobs and save around about 4.7 billion euros.
Innovation, research, culture & education policy
Open Access Government provides an update on the policies of Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth.