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On 1 December 2014, on the occasion of the last Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs (EPSCO) Council meeting of the semester, the Council acknowledged that further discussions are needed for the Council to agree its position on the Medical Devices and In Vitro Diagnostic Medical Devices Regulations. Indeed, little progress had been made under the Italian Presidency of the Council on these dossiers.

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In September-begin October we had our yearly elections for Council Members. Three ordinary Council positions were available and the position of President Elect.

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In order to faclitate the need to provide coherent instructions and guidance to EAMBES members on how to properly engage with forthcoming Horizon 2020 calls- We would like to draw your attention to the following past and future events which may be of interest:

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On the occasion of the high level conference on "The Future of Europe is Science" that is taking place in Lisbon, the European Commission launched the report of the Science and Technology Advisory Council (STAC). Under the title "The Future of Europe is Science", it outlines some key opportunities for Europe that could be provided by science and technology, looking ahead to the year 2030. The report, of interest for various clients, is structured around citizens' priorities, as identified by the Special Eurobarometer 419 on "Public perceptions of Science, Research and Innovation" survey published on 6 October, which found that health and medical care were seen by 55% of European citizens as the top priorities for science and technology innovation over the next fifteen years.

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The Public Health bill for 2015, based on the National Health Strategy, has been presented by the Minister of Health Marisol Touraine in October. The bill was introduced in the Parliament on the 15 October and publishedon the 27 October 2014.

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On October 22nd 2014 the European Parliament (EP) approved the new European Commission led by Mr. Jean-Claude Juncker. Members of the European Parliament (MEP) backed the new Commission with 423 votes in favour, 209 votes against and 67 abstentions. The EPP, S&D and ALDE groups had given their support to the Commissioners, whereas the Greens, GUE/NGL, Eurosceptic and far-right MEPs had all announced they would vote against. The abstentions were from the British Conservatives and their Polish and German ECR group allies.

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The Senate elections were held on the 28 September in France and were marked by the defeat of the Socialist Party, the current Government majority. The Conservatives and the Liberals now hold the majority in the Senate. Following this week’s victory, the Conservatives and Liberals now hold the absolute majority, with 188 Senators. The Socialists hold 151 seats. These results mark the third electoral defeat of the Government majority in 6 months (municipal elections, European elections and Senate elections). There are now 2 senators from the Front National (nationalist party).

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A policy roundtable discussion entitled “Lost in Translation? How to get healthcare biotech from lab to clinic for a healthier wealthier Europe” will take place in the European Parliament in Brussels on the 9 October 2014. The event is being hosted by European Science in Business with the support of the European Association of Bio industries (EuropaBio)

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The ninth annual European Researchers’ night- the Europe-wide initiative took place on Friday the 26 September 2014. The annual event was launched in 2005 in 20 cities in 15 countries. The events are selected through open and transparent competition following a public call for bids. Whilst the event placed particular emphasis on the need to enhance the public profile of researchers and to stimulate interest in research careers, especially amongst young people it offered ample opportunity to network with fellow researchers in a relaxing and less formal environment.

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The European Parliament commenced its hearings of Commission nominees on 29 September with the hearing on the Commissioner-designate for Trade, Ms. Cecilia Malmström (Sweden) -current Commissioner for Home Affairs- in the INTA Committee. Ms. Malmström as the Commissioner for Trade would be responsible for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations. The hearing was eagerly anticipated due to the controversy around certain aspects of TTIP, and specifically around the 'investor-state dispute settlement' (ISDS) -a mechanism that would allow foreign investors to take national governments to court if they believe they have been treated in a way that breaches free trade deals-. The controversy followed Ms. Malmström's written response to initial questions from MEPs, suggesting that she rejected the need for ISDS in TTIP.

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