In my post of April I try to show you the future health challenges that this last programming period is focusing on. We have completed half the H2020’s puzzle but there are still some pieces missing. Today I will go deeper into the challenge of building a more sustainable Europe. ...
In March I explained to you the challenges regarding social resilience and security. H2020’s puzzle has another important pieces like the one that is our topic today: health of the future. ...
I start this blog with the goal of making private companies and research institutions realize how important it is for them to have a correct strategy, roadmap and understanding of EU public aid programs when they decide they want to take that route within their organizations. During many years I have been dealing with many mistakes and approaches t...
Within the current economic and societal European context, health research is crucial to ensure the continuing health and well-being of all European citizens[1]. The Horizon 2020 Advisory Group for Societal Challenge 1, "Health, Demographic Change and Well-being" has raised the following research priorities regarding health as a whole: ...
  Europe is getting older, it's hard but it's true. The European population is ageing rapidly; but living longer does not necessarily mean living healthier, more active and independent. The number of Europeans over 65 will double in the next 50 years, and the number of over 80's will almost triple. Life expectancy will continue to increase, y...

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