FEMS President contributes to new report on the role of materials in the post-COVID society
FEMS President Prof Eric Le Bourhis has contributed to new paper on the role of materials in the post-COVID society looking at how materials will enable solutions for a healthy, safe, and resilient society to achieve a sustainable, stable, and stronger economy, able to respond to citizen’s demands.
The paper released in September 2020 addresses the role of materials in the post-COVID society and summarizes positioning, potential solutions, and recommendations that stem from the European Materials community (Alliance for Materials A4M) towards Horizon Europe in the Post-COVID scenario. The paper compiles existing Strategic Research Agendas (SRAs) of different materials stakeholders and address a specific reflection in the context of the current COVID19 pandemic. It puts forward proposals for strategic research and innovation activities to the European Commission, Member States, and the European Parliament, taking into account the objectives of the Green Deal Priorities and Recovery Plan.
To read the paper in full, download the PDF document below.
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