Germany loses its innovative edge

Europe becomes more and more innovative – Germany, on the other hand, falls behind in comparison. This is one of the findings of the European Innovation Scoreboard (EIS) 2022, which the Directorate-General for Research and Innovation has recently presented. The EIS shows how important it is to create a pan-European innovation strategy, said Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for Innovation and Research. “The recently adopted New European Innovation Agenda will position Europe at the forefront of the new wave of deep-tech innovations and ensure that innovation reaches all regions of Europe, including rural areas.”

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