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!
It calls on the UK and EU governments to reach an agreement on scientific collaboration as soon as possible. Should Brexit go ahead, we have to be ready to get the best possible deal for science – and that’s why this petition has to happen now.
ESOF is an excellent opportunity to get immersed in Europe’s largest general science conference, learn about new discoveries in a large number of fields, meet Nobel laureates and young researchers across disciplines. We believe that as many young researchers should be able to participate in ESOF2020 and therefore seek support to make it possible for them to be part of the unique event.
The European Young Researchers’ Award (EYRA), aims to inspire early stage researchers in all research areas to incorporate a European dimension and perspective into their research.
Re-launch of the EuroScience Science Policy Working Group. By joining us, you will contribute significantly to strengthening the voice of research in Europe.
In a farewell article in Research Europe, former EuroScience Secretary General Peter TIndemans, argues that it is good news that the European Parliament and European Council have reached a partial agreement on the contours of Horizon Europe, the next EU R&D programme.
Mr Matthias Girod has been appointed by the EuroScience Governing Board to succeed Dr Peter Tindemans as EuroScience Secretary General. Mr Girod will officially join the EuroScience office in Strasbourg on 2 May 2019.
EuroScience welcomes very much that these important umbrella organisations of institutions in the world of science speak up for the necessity to guarantee freedom and autonomy with a particular but not exclusive reference to recent events around the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
The European Alliance for Social Sciences and Humanities EASSH just published a position paper that comments on the 4th Monitoring Report published by the European Commission on the integration of social sciences and humanities in Horizon 2020.