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Infrastructures and open science on agenda of next EU presidency

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Swedish presidency says it will support “open exchange of knowledge and data”

Infrastructures and open science will be among the research and innovation priorities of the EU’s member state governments for the coming six months.

Sweden, which is chairing the EU-related work of those governments from January to June 2023, set out the priorities of its upcoming presidency on 14 December. Presidencies have some scope to determine the EU’s focus for their term, while collaborating in 18-month ‘trios’ and working with the European Commission.

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