Orgalime Comments on the Horizon 2020 Consultation (Industrial Technologies)

Published: 28 June 2016

Policies & Issues: R&D and Innovation

Please consider the following questions, citing any available evidence such as foresight and other assessments of research and innovation trends and market opportunities: Please consider the four areas of NMBP, depending on your expertise: Nanotechnologies, Advanced Materials, Biotechnology, and Advanced Manufacturing and Processing. Please include any links to the societal challenges addressed in Horizon 2020, which you consider important. The first four of these questions are common to all parts of Horizon 2020. 

 

Authors

Maréchal
Rozenn Maréchal
Adviser - R&I, Economics & Statistics

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