English, Article edition: Basic research for the future of Europe Markl, Hubert

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  • Basic research for the future of Europe
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  • Markl, Hubert
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  • Scientific research, a common heritage that laid the foundations of the modern world, stands as a unifying principle of Europe and is, among other values, a binding bridge to all nations. Being an inalienable part of humanity, the striving after knowledge embodied in scientific research is a necessary precondition if mankind is to handle successfully the consequences of globalized economies, a still growing world population with increasing life expectancies and the need for sustainable development. The European Science Foundation, with its flexible structure for promoting European cooperation in research can play an active part in supporting national governments and the European Union in formulating research policies and educational standards and in intensifying exchange and cooperation with the non-European countries.
  • RePEc:cup:eurrev:v:6:y:1998:i:03:p:333-340_00
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