Communications and Research Policy Officer

Apply now! We are looking for a motivated future colleague to embrace a challenging and exciting project: the consolidation of INESC presence in the EU. You will be working both in developing and managing online, audio, video and face-to-face R&I related communication events, products and workgroups. Depending on your skill set, you may grow into […]

Discover our H magazine – July 2021: Visions of the future

Visions of the future, issue of July 2021 of the H magazine, is finally published! H is the e-magazine of INESC Brussels HUB. It brings you fresh ideas on the most important issues in scientific research and technology today, together with the stories of those who will develop the technological innovations of tomorrow. It focuses […]

INESC position in defence of the European budget for R&I

INESC has issued a position statement regarding the announced cuts to the EU R&I budget by the European Council. “The recent decision of the European Council to withdraw €1.4 billion from the budget initially foreseen for research and innovation in 2022, of which 316 million in the context of Horizon Europe, goes against the declared […]

Tackling the challenges facing European industry | Science|Business

The result of a continuous and complex journey, economic development is about value creation. It requires three key elements: resources, processes and competencies. These three elements condition the creation of value across the economic, ecological and social dimensions. Small and medium-sized enterprises are the backbone of the EU economy. As they account for more than […]

The AI Act: getting the first step right | Science|Business

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been compared to electricity: it is a general-purpose technology with applications in all domains of human activity. Electricity has found uses that no one envisaged when the first electrical systems were designed and, in practice, life would be completely different without this technology. With AI also set to find its way […]

EU Cancer Mission depends on data | Science|Business

The number of cancer patients worldwide is rising at an unprecedent rate. In Europe there are worrying inequalities in cancer control and care within EU Member States, as well as across the EU. Having established cancer as a priority societal challenge, the European Commission is aiming to save three million lives by 2030. The EU […]

Technology to deliver sustainable fisheries | Science|Business

Is it possible to have sustainable fisheries? How can technology help fisheries to keep with the EU goals for sustainability and ensure marine environment protection? Remote electronic monitoring can help achieving just that.  What gets measured, gets managed. That’s why the widespread application of remote electronic monitoring (REM) will be key to delivering the EU’s […]

SparCity: the new collaborative project to create a supercomputing framework

Recently funded by the European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (EuroHPC JU), the highly ranked SparCity just launched. With three years of duration and a total budget of 2.6M€, this collaborative project between 6 partners in 4 countries aims to build a sustainable exascale ecosystem and increase Europe’s competitiveness. The main goal of SparCity is […]

Europe looks to raise its game in cybersecurity | Science | Business

As we now rely on digital services for almost every activity in our daily lives, they need to be available, dependable and secure. But can the EU collectively achieve some level of cybersecurity autonomy? After an extended period of fragmentation, the EU is now coming together and raising its game in cybersecurity technology development and […]