Independence is vital for science and a necessary condition for society to reap the largest benefits from research and innovation. Academies of Science should benefit from the highest level of independence, as governments all over the world call upon the Academies to provide advice on how scientific developments impact our societies and how scientific evidence can inform policy in numerous and essential areas of importance for our countries.
Maria Cristina Pedicchio, president of the Italian National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics and member of ESOF 2020 Trieste Steering Committee has just written for EuroScientist about the new Italian government and its position on science. There is a refreshing new tone both in the Italian Parliament and Government. A rejuvenated politics, with a shot of […]
The next General Assembly (GA) of EuroScience will take place on 11 July on Wednesday, July 11, between 10h15-11h30, at the Hotel Novotel – meeting rooms Cumparsita+Tango Vivo+Milonga
European Science TV and New Media Festival (SCI-DOC) Dissemination Event to be held at the celebrated Globe theatre at CERN on World Environment Day, June 5 2018.
The Grant The Université Fédérale de Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées (UFTMIP) collaborates with a sponsor in order to give the opportunity to open a call for Travel Grants to support 28 Young African researchers (or exceptionally research administrators) with their travel, registration and accommodation costs to attend ESOF 2018 in Toulouse (9-14 July 2018). Please note that […]
The election for members of the new Governing Board, including a new President of EuroScience was open until May 10, 12pm CEST. Voting was restricted to full members.
The Nature Travel Grant Scheme offers journalists from around the world the opportunity to attend ESOF 2018 Toulouse for free. The grant offers complimentary registration as well as help covering travel and accommodation costs.
The call for travel grants to attend ESOF 2018 was dedicated to Young Researchers based in Sweden irrespective of their nationality as well as to Swedish (by citizenship) Young Researchers living and working in any European county. The call closed on Tuesday April 3, 2018, 23.59 CET.
“Missions” will be introduced as a central new tool in the architecture of FP9, though many think they already exist in prior Framework Programmes. They can provide a new perspective but it is quite an exaggeration to say that “most technologies have emerged from missions”: curiosity-driven research led to many. Several issues need more elaboration.
EuroScience is proud to announce that Dr. Ismail Serageldin is the recipient of the 2018 Rammal Award for his many scientific contributions in economic development and sustainable agriculture for food security in the developing countries as well as for his tireless campaigning for mutual understanding, tolerance, learning and understanding between peoples, religions and nations.
EuroScience is proud to announce that Dr. Zehra Sayers is the recipient of the 2017 Rammal Award for her own scientific contributions and especially wonderful contributions to build the science programme of SESAME.
The Strasbourg-based European Science Foundation (ESF) and Euroscience associations announced today the launch of a partnership to reinforce their collaboration and engage into future joint projects.