Europe must lead the world in scientific and industrial innovation.
Create an environment which fosters scientific progress which will result in tangible social benefits.
Establish a future-proof EU regulatory framework which removes barriers to innovation and allows tomorrow’s technologies to be developed and launched in Europe first.
Strengthen the links between scientific knowledge and industrial capabilities by encouraging partnerships that can support infrastructures for biotechnology to ensure efficient, impactful, and rapid progress.
Provide companies with the appropriate tools, incentives, and frameworks to ensure they can compete globally.
Harness the innovation created by the healthcare biotechnology sector to unleash its economic potential, creating high-skill jobs and value for citizens.
Address regulatory barriers and other factors to improve accessibility of therapeutic innovations for the benefits of patients.