Arqus RI publishes its ERA Policy Brief

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28/Jul/2022

Arqus Reserarch and Innovation publishes its ERA (European Research Area) Policy Brief, contributing to the policy discussions on the European Research Area Policy Agenda and to the Council recommendation to facilitate transnational collaboration between universities.

The European Commission requested the input of all the R&I projects of European University Alliances through the ERA Policy Brief, in which the pilot Alliances report on the progress made through cooperation in selected R&I areas and provide a first set of recommendations to the European Commission for further policy development: facilitating transnational cooperation, strengthening careers, the digital transition, access to excellence and increasing global competitiveness.

You can read the ERA Policy Brief here.

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