Like its counterparts around the world, RIKEN, Japan’s top research institute, is learning to refocus its efforts on the coronavirus emergency. Scientists from many fields – not just the infectious disease experts – are starting to ponder the imponderable: how will the world look after the emergency passes?
“Today, when we look at the challenge of coronavirus, we have to find a way to rebuild,” says Yuko Harayama, RIKEN’s director for international affairs, communication and diversity.…
The Future of Jobs report maps the jobs and skills of the future, tracking the pace of change. It aims to shed light on the pandemic-related disruptions in 2020, contextualized within a longer history of economic cycles and the expected outlook for technology adoption, jobs and skills in the next five years.…
The Knowledge Centre will make the latest knowledge about biodiversity available to strengthen the impact of EU policies. The Knowledge Centre for Biodiversity will provide:
- A one-stop shop for key information about biodiversity and the impact of related policies;
- A platform where progress of the EU Biodiversity Strategy for 2030 can be monitored;
- An interface for scientists to network, share research results and channel them more effectively to support EU policies.
On 27 May 2020, the coherent ‘’Recovery Plan for Europe’’ of the European Commission proposed, together with the next Multiannual Financial Framework, the ambitious answer Europe needs to recover from COVID-19. An answer which builds on necessity yet is designed for the future. As part of the business and investment ecosystem, the European Business and Innovation Centre Network (EBN), the European Business Angel Network (EBAN) and the International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation (IASP) welcome this recovery plan.(more…)
The date of the online event, in 2020, remains the same – from 23 to 26 November , as well as the theme – Innovation Environments 4.0: Challenges and Opportunities of the Digital Revolution , in order to discuss the importance of new technologies in a scenario in constant transformation and global competitiveness.
Thus, the city of Gramado, in Rio Grande do Sul, is already elected as the venue for the 31st edition of the event, in 2021.
In order to prioritize the safety of all, the initiative is due to the advance of Covid-19, caused by the Coronavirus, which generated a series of emergency measures in Brazil and in the world.
And to get into the atmosphere of the virtual Conference, the Association launched AnproTalks , a free webinar program that will take place during the year until the date of the event.
On the occasion, the two will speak about the Association’s initiative to hold its annual Conference in a virtual way.