Science and Technology : the pillar of European Progress

In the frame of the activities promoted by EURASC, it took place on 28th June in Brussels a debate between the head of divisions of EURASC, with Prof. R. Martins  aiming to establish the impact of nanotechnologies in particular, and of Science and Technology in general, in contributing for an Innovation Agenda for Europe from which all will benefit.

The discussion has involved how the 3 main pillars of our progress do interact (Education;  Creativity and Industry Application) and how science can contribute for this agenda of welfare and comfort for all.

This event was supported in the frame of  EU projects Nano2All and BET-EU