EuroScience calls together with ALLEA, HERA (Humanities in the European Research Area, an initiative of National Funding Agencies), and several other organisations for a major role for social sciences and humanities in the missions that most likely will be a cornerstone for FP9.
EuroScience would like to publicly express its support and solidarity towards all academics who are being persecuted in Turkey for signing the January 11 Peace Petition.
EuroScience feels very honoured that its former President Jean-Patrick Connerade received the “World Prize of Humanism” for 2018. We congratulate Jean-Patrick and thank him for his many contributions to EuroScience.
A unique feature of ESOF is the Science meets Poetry day, which is held at every Forum and brings poets and scientists together. The meeting is in two parts: lectures on subjects involving science with poetry and a poster session for contributed poems.
EYRA is granted since 2010 to researchers demonstrating outstanding research performance and leadership. The deadline for the call dedicated to postdoctoral fellows is January 30, 2018.
The call for posters is already available for download! The platform will open early November and you will have until 20 December 2017 to submit your proposal.
Science to business call closed on 15 November 2017.
The call closed on 15 November 2017.
The European Young Researchers Award – EYRA – laureates for 2017 announced. The prize-giving-ceremony will be held at ESOF in July 2018 in Toulouse.
EuroScience and the ESOF Supervisory Board are proud to announce that the EuroScience Open Forum 2020 will be hosted from 4 to 10 July 2020 in Trieste, Italy, and that ESOF 2022 will be organized by Leiden/The Hague, The Netherlands, in July 2022. We received two impressive and solid full bids from Trieste and Leiden/The Hague, and we wish to recognize both cities’ credentials to become the European City of Science in 2020, respectively 2022.
Here are some brief impressions of members of the Governing Board of EuroScience who participated in Marches for Science in several European cities.
It is very regretful that, increasingly, basic principles underlying the scientific and academic enterprise have to be safeguarded.