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One must plan for the future and anticipate the future without fearing the future.
Robin Hobb

In this interview, Matthias Weber discusses the major current trends in science and research, such as digitalisation of science, the increase collaboration and changes in the position of Europe as a global research centre. Matthias depicts five diverse transformative scenarios for the future research and science landscape based on the Research and Innovation Futures (RIF) 2030 project. He also gives us a snapshot of possible tensions that might arise in the next ten years.

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Here below the abstract of a recent paper introducing the Futurium. This paper presents the...