On the Agenda – Week 17, 2013

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26 april 2013 | The Irish EU presidency prioritizes jobs and growth for its second half and California is paving the way for public funded Open Access. In the meantime forty-five mice and eight gerbils are being prepared to follow in Laika’s footsteps.

Take 1 – EU

@xAlan_Matthews: Strong Irish Presidency speech regrets EP cancellation of MFF trilogue meeting today EU-budget

@innovationunion: Rudi Pauwels (BE): What is needed to exit the crisis and help Europe’s economy to grow?

@SomaliaEU: Education is key to Somalia’s future and the EU is committed in stepping up support to primary education

Take 2 – Open Access

@Czernie: The cost of academic journals in 2013- scary reading

@OpenAccessMKD: Open and Shut? Open Access in Poland: Interview with Bozena Bednarek-Michalska

@EFF: California is paving the way to bring Open Access to taxpayer-funded research

Take 3 – Space

@Bigthink: How to Build a Deflector Shield for Deep Space Travel

@Epistembiotech:  How space-based research can be used to aid cancer research on Earth 

@NASA: NASA Prepares For International Space Biology Research Mission, 45 Mice and 8 Gerbils will become an astronaut.

…and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: The EU budget for research and Horizon2020 will not return to current levels until 2017

@ScienceGuideEU: A bumpy start for Pan European MOOCs

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