The Global Opportunity Report 2015 aims to show how five major global risks to building a sustainable and prosperous society (the lack of fresh water, unsustainable urbanization, continued lock-in to fossil fuels, the rise in non-communicable diseases, and extreme weather) can be turned int
Presentation on 9 October 2018 in Liverpool in SPHIP meeting. Progress in National Laboratory Policy and Strategic Planning and creating a network of laboratories for better diagnosis and surveillance of infectious diseases, especially tuberculosis.
The European Commission is finalising the preparation of Horizon 2020, a new financial instrument for research and innovation that will run from 2014 to 2020 with about €80 billion budget. It replaces the current Framework Programme 7.