EU-China Summit: New Flagship Initiatives in Research and Innovation

The European Union and China agreed to boost their research and innovation cooperation under Horizon 2020 with a new package of initiatives targeting the areas of food, agriculture and biotechnologies, environment and sustainable urbanisation, surface Transport, safer and greener aviation, and biotechnologies for environment and human health, fields in which chemistry plays a crucial role. This is one of the outcomes of the 3rd EU-China Innovation Co-operation Dialogue, organised earlier this in the margins of the 19th EU-China Summit, and co-chaired by Carlos Moedas, Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, and Wan Gang, China’s Minister of Science and Technology.

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