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Commission seeks social and economic gains from research


Valorisation guide makes recommendations for skills development and researcher incentives

The European Commission has published a guide for how governments and other actors can increase the socioeconomic benefits of research, called ‘knowledge valorisation’.

Published on 10 August, the non-binding guide is meant to support EU industrial strategy, environmental sustainability and other policy priorities.

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