2122 Science in 2030: As a Service To Whom?

Saturday, February 20, 2010: 9:50 AM
Room 9 (San Diego Convention Center)
John Wood , Imperial College, London, United Kingdom
In October 2009 the European Research Area Board published its first recommendations for how Europe should develop the research environment to remain internationally competitive.  The board is made up of high level people who were appointed by the European Commission to provide strategic advice of how the European Research Area should develop and how the cultural diversity of the member states can add real value to research. The outcomes of this report will be presented with a focus on how European research can integrate with other countries to tackle the global challenges that will face us in the next few decades looking at six key themes. A key element is to look at how society can implement the recommendations in a timely fashion realising the global research environement is changing rapidly.
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