RIO Reports 2016

The European Commission’s Research and Innovation Observatory (RIO) at the Joint Research Centre has published the 2016 edition of the RIO reports, which assess the evolution of the research and innovation systems at country level and identify key challenges. Covering 28 countries of the EU, these reports main aim is to feed into the EU policy process by providing input to the European Semester process and to monitor progress of the European Research Area. Among other conclusions the reports indicate that industry collaboration and commercialisation of public research results are still major challenges for R&I systems in many EU countries and that the demand for human resources is increasingly a central point of R&I policies.


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