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To be sustainable, academia must adapt to changing societal demands, but without losing its heart and soul. The EuroScience Policy Forum on Sustainable Academia will examine whether the future can offer the necessary diversity of knowledge creation and dissemination, while continuing to provide a sufficiently stimulating work environment for its teachers and researchers and ensure the resources required to respond to the challenges of tomorrow.
The EU funded project NewHoRRIzon, aiming at further integrating Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) in the research and innovation systems on national and international levels, is coming to end end. Find out about the achievements and lessons learned in this H2020 funded project. REGISTER FOR FREE!
Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) and EuroScience joined forces to organise a session at ESOF2020 in Trieste. The recorded video of the session entitled “Mind the gap: Bridging the expectation gap between researchers and employers” is available for free.
Science played a key role in the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic, mainly in the form of political advice on measures but also in the development of treatments and vaccines. A panel including the heads of important science organisations in Europe, Africa and Asia took a critical look on the role of science, debated its impact in the early days of the pandemic and tried to formulate recommendations how science could contribute in the creation of a resilient societies.
Active scientists from any disciplinary background, including exact sciences, medical sciences, social sciences and humanities, are eligible. Organisations in any field of science, meeting the criteria, are also eligible.
The CALL for travel grants to ESOF2020 is dedicated to Postdocs working in the field of physics or a related interdisciplinary area, who are based in Germany, irrespective of their nationality.
The CALL for travel grants to ESOF2020 is dedicated to Young Researchers based in Sweden irrespective of their nationality as well as to Swedish nationals studying/working in any European country (as defined by the Council of Europe).
Calls closed for the next ESOF edition in Trieste 5-9 July 2020!
The vision of EuroScience is a scientific workforce that creates a positive change for society. However, we believe that this vision can only be realised if the professional workforce is as diverse and representative of the society it should serve.
EuroScience and the Fondazione Internazionale Trieste announce that the 2020 edition of the EuroScience Open Forum will be rescheduled to take place from 2 to 6 September in Trieste (Italy).
We urge all EuroScience members wherever they may be, including our many active members living and working in the UK, whether they be UK or EU nationals, or of any other nationality, to sign the #dealforscience petition.
Cactus Communications has announced that it will be offering the winners of the European Young Researcher Award a service package aimed at disseminating their research globally.