S&T Collaboration: Ideas for Enhancing European-American Cooperation
Scientific cooperation between the United States and Europe has been a vital part of global technological and economic progress in the 20th century. In light of rapidly increasing globalization of the world’s economy as well as ongoing partnerships on a number of large scientific projects, the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) convened a one-day conference to permit representatives from the United States and the European Union to explore current issues related to transatlantic scientific cooperation among individuals, research institutions, corporations, and nations. In this workshop report, PCAST identifies four areas of opportunity that can be developed for more effective U.S.-EU cooperation: transatlantic mobility of researchers and scientists, access to international research facilities, alleviating regulatory issues, and support for international priority areas.
Research; Innovation; United States. President (2001-2009 : Bush)
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