Which research and innovation priorities does the Bulgarians Presidency place on the European agenda? On 1 January 2018, Bulgaria will for the first time hold the Presidency of the Council of the European Union. On December 15, between 9.30 and 12.00, you received an overview of their priorities with regard to research and innovation.
Karina Angelieva and Vladimir Manolov, the Bulgarian attachés for research and innovation, presented the priorities of the Bulgarian Presidency with regard to research and innovation.
Paul Tuinder, Legal and Policy Officer of the unit research infrastructures of DG RTD focused on maximizing the long-term sustainability of research infrastructures and opening up to the industries and the societies.
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