EuroScience Science Policy Working Group will host at ESOF2020 a panel discussion to explore how the current pandemic has impacted the innovation and entrepreneurship arenas.

EuroScience Science Policy Working Group will host a panel discussion at ESOF2020 to explore common pitfalls in science communication using the current COVID-19 pandemic as an example.


In view of the remarkable level of the candidates the Jury will again organize a European Young Researchers Popular Prize. The Committee has selected three finalists in each group who will be invited to make a short presentation during the virtual award ceremony at ESOF2020.


EuroScience will host a virtual booth and a number of hybrid and virtual sessions at ESOF2020. Take a look at the schedule below and join us both physically or virtually!


The EU and UK have been discussing UK participation in Union programmes, including Horizon Europe, as part of the negotiations on a future EU-UK relationship.


Relaunch of ESOF2020, the largest European conference on science and technology, postponed from July to September due to the Covid-19 pandemic was officially announced on 30 June 2020. With more than 150 sessions and over 700 speakers in an updated programme, including an innovative hybrid format and distinguished international guests, ESOF is more vital and attractive than ever.
New online sessions and themes tied to Covid-19 have been added.


The COVID-19 pandemic has a disruptive effect on all areas of science, economy and the everyday life worldwide and ESOF2020 is no exception.


In its first meeting on March 10th, hosted by the University of Glasgow/UK, the Committee defined criteria for adapting ESOF to the expectations and objectives of a highly interactive 21st century event, along with the desired characteristics for the selection of potential future host cities.


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).


The Governing Board was informed by the ESOF2020 Champion, Prof. Stefano Fantoni, of the risk analysis developed by the local organisers in Trieste, and the Board, in joint agreement with the Trieste organisers, adopted the decision not to cancel ESOF2020 but rather to postpone the event to September 2-6, 2020.