In the current context of vibrant and lively debate on the future of scientific publishing, the EuroScience Governing Board has decided to launch a consultation of our membership on the essential issues surrounding the agenda on open access publishing of research.
EuroScience strongly endorses the principles laid down in Plan S for rapid achievement of effective Open Access publication of publicly funded research. They are a good basis for the consultation that is now open and EuroScience intends to actively respond to it.
The EU food safety system is one of the best in the world, but the system is overstressed. That is the conclusion of a recent audit of the European Court of Auditors (ECA) about chemical hazards in our food.
EuroScience, a pan-European association established in Strasbourg, shares the pain of the inhabitants of Strasbourg and of all visitors to Strasbourg during the holiday season affected by the recent 11 December attack. We will be a partner in all efforts to uphold, not only for Strasbourg but for all of Europe, the values for which […]
EuroScience proudly announces its new Executive Committee whose members were appointed by the Governing Board during its meeting on November 24 and 25 in Stockholm at the Karolinska Institutet.
André was a very good scientist, but also very much concerned with the role scientists should play in society. He was the first President of the Young Academy of Europe.
EuroScience president prof. Michael Matlosz has gladly accepted invitation from Dr Federica Bressan, a young aspiring researcher who is the founder of the newly created Podcast Technoculture. Michael Matlosz was honoured to be the first guest to be invited and interviewed in her first episode.
EuroScience is looking for a staff officer to strengthen the EuroScience office. The ideal candidate is a generalist who will have four main responsibilities.
The Marie Curie Alumni Association and Sense about Science are holding a Standing up for Science EU workshop at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine in Barcelona on Friday 30th November 2018.
During the first World Conference on Science Literacy, some fifteen organisations from around the world, including CAST, AAAS and EuroScience, involved in science literacy and science communication agreed on a Declaration on the importance of Public Science Literacy, which was adopted by the full Conference in its closing session.