During a press conference held in the Scientific Information Centre and Academic Library (CINiBA) on 22 December 2021 Katowice was awarded the title of European City of Science 2024 by Euroscience and the agreement of the consortium of organisers of ECS 2024 was signed.Institutions, members of the consortium, will cooperate during the preparation and the actual events […]
ESOF is the largest interdisciplinary scientific conference in Europe, founded by EuroScience in 2004 and held once every two years since. From 13 to 16 July 2022, ESOF will take place in Leiden, The Netherlands.
With this letter, the undersigned representatives of research and innovation (R&I) organisations wish to reiterate to the member states and the European Commission the added value of including European R&I stakeholders in the ERA governance system, especially in both its co-creation and implementation.
The Webinar “Science Policy 101” for PhD’s and Postdocs, discusses how scientists can interact effectively with policy makers. How to illustrate to a policymaker that your issue matters? How to get a policymaker to take action?It will outline how EU institutions access the latest scientific advice and evidence to guide their policy. In this Webinar […]
The European Young Researchers’ Award (EYRA), granted by EuroScience since 2010, aims to inspire early-stage researchers in all research areas to incorporate a European dimension and perspective into their research. Two awards are granted every two years to: a) a PhD candidate and b) a postdoctoral fellow.
On June 18, EuroScience held a webinar that presented a ‘tool kit’ of skills to help researchers communicate and to design collaborations with industry. The webinar was presented by Eoin Galligan, senior business development manager at Aarhus University, Denmark. Watch the recording here!
EuroScience, the European Association for the Advancement of Science and Technology, and its partners, the Stockholm Trio University Alliance, the University of Vienna, the Vienna Science and Technology Fund and The Wellcome Trust, launch the 1st EuroScience Policy Forum : a new series of biennial events dedicated to the latest developments in European and global […]
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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!