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Commission approves €2.9 billion public support by twelve Member States for a second pan-European research and innovation project along the entire battery value chain

The Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, a second Important Project of Common European Interest (“IPCEI”) to support research and innovation in the battery value chain. The project, called “European Battery Innovation” was jointly prepared and notified by Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, Spain and Sweden.

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Interview with Future and Emerging Technologies Innovator Silvia Scaglione

Silvia Scaglione is specialist in bioengineering. Since 2010, she is a permanent researcher at the Italian National Research Council (CNR) and head of the Laboratory of Tissue Engineering CNR-IEIIT in Genoa. She is also founder, president and chief scientist of React4Life, an innovative biotech start-up.

PRESS RELEASE |
Green Deal: Sustainable batteries for a circular and climate neutral economy

The European Commission proposes to modernise EU legislation on batteries, delivering its first initiative among the actions announced in the new Circular Economy Action Plan. Batteries that are more sustainable throughout their life cycle are key for the goals of the European Green Deal and contribute to the zero pollution ambition set in it. They promote competitive sustainability and are necessary for green transport, clean energy and to achieve climate neutrality by 2050. The proposal addresses the social, economic and environmental issues related to all types of batteries.

EVENT REPORT |
Communication strategies for high-risk research

High-risk research and its communication image – that was the topic of the first panel discussion held during the &quot;Signals from the Future&quot; event.