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A Common Vision for European Innovation

A Common Vision for European Innovation

Written by Michael Gizicki-Neundlinger | Reviewed by Heike Christiane Vogel-Pöschl

Created on: 06 Mar 2020 | Updated on: 06 Mar 2020

News category: "News on Living Innovation"

Robert Madelin on big opportunities for innovation based on European values

“Europe can be a leading continent in the global innovation game – but we haven´t exploited all of our potential yet.”


The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide a unique opportunity for the European innovation eco-system. André Martinuzzi (Coordinator of the LIVING INNOVATION project) met Robert Madelin in Brussels and learned how we can implement the SDGs in the European innovation sphere.


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00:15 Europe´s Position in the Global Race for Innovation

03:41 European Values as Unique Selling Proposition

06:43 Technology Impact Assessment in an Uncertain World

09:08 Values-Bases Innovation and Systems Transformation

10:12 The Role of RRI in Horizon Europe

13:54 A European Innovation Eco-System based on Trust

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