Communication breakdown is the biggest threat to the scientific advancement of Europe. Both governments and scientists alike must engage in dialogue in order to effectively bridge the gap between funding and reality. It is widely known throughout both the academic and scientific communities of Europe that in order to do this there must be a uniform approach to dissemination; one which enables all policy makers and budget holders to acquire the necessary information needed to allocate funding. Pan European Networks: Science & Technology helps bridge the gap between the European Commission, EU funding agencies, governmental departments across Europe and the scientists and academics who are continually striving for success.
We will provide exemplars of academic research across Europe, the European Union and individual nations covering Research & Development, Health and Environment & Sustainability, as well as featuring the key policy makers who can make a direct impact on the academic and scientific community.
Europe is a world leader in many disciplines; why not make it so in all?
Recent contributors include:
Máire Geoghegan-Quinn: Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science
Neelie Kroes: EU Commission Vice-President
Janez Potočnik: EU Commissioner for the Environment
Maria Damanaki: EU Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries
Günther Oettinger: EU Commissioner for Energy
David Willetts: UK Minister for Science
Professor Jari Kinaret: Lead co-ordinator of the graphene FET project
Professor Kostya Novoselov: Nobel Prize-winning physicist
Mechtild Rossler: Head of World Heritage Centre Policy, UNESCO
Nathalie Moll: Secretary General, EuropaBio
Professor Marja Makarow: European Science Foundation
Professor Dieter Imboden: Science Europe
Professor Paul Boyle: President, Science Europe
Jerzy Buzek: Former President of the European Parliament
Rolf-Dieter Heuer: Director General of CERN
Dacian Cioloş: European Commissioner for Agriculture & Rural Development
Professor Lord Martin Rees: The UK’s Astronomer Royal
Antonio Tajani: European Commission Vice-President for Industry and Entrepreneurship