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The first annual policy event of the European Commission will gather stakeholder to discuss priorities in R&I
Тhe first annual policy event of the European Commission will take place in Brussels later this month. For three days between 24th and 26th September in Brussels, the European Research and Innovation Days will bring together stakeholders to debate and shape the future research and innovation landscape. High-profile figures are expected to be speakers at the conference, including ministers, European Commissioners, MEPs, researchers and others.
The event is regarded as an essential moment for stakeholders and interested parties to gather together and work on the strategic priorities for the European Commission in the field of investment in research and innovation. The programme comprises a Policy conference, an Innovation hub and the 'Science is Wonderful!' exhibition, therefore it will create the perfect atmosphere to stimulate coworking in this important domain. Dozens of sessions have already been announced on the website of the event, including topics like artificial intelligence, Sustainable Development Goals, European funding, circular economy, democracy and governance and so much more.
The venue is KANAL, Centre Pompidou. Interested in joining the conversation? Unfortunately the registration is already at full capacity, but you can still sign up and be added to the waiting list for the Policy Conference at the Research and Innovation Days from this link.
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