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.
The European Young Researchers Award ceremony was held on 12 July on the occasion of the 8th edition of ESOF2018 hosted by Toulouse. Organisation of the EYRA 2018 prize dedicated to Post docs was slightly different than we were used to see in the past years.
“Missions” will be introduced as a central new tool in the architecture of FP9, though many think they already exist in prior Framework Programmes. They can provide a new perspective but it is quite an exaggeration to say that “most technologies have emerged from missions”: curiosity-driven research led to many. Several issues need more elaboration.
EuroScience is proud to announce that Dr. Ismail Serageldin is the recipient of the 2018 Rammal Award for his many scientific contributions in economic development and sustainable agriculture for food security in the developing countries as well as for his tireless campaigning for mutual understanding, tolerance, learning and understanding between peoples, religions and nations.
EuroScience is proud to announce that Dr. Zehra Sayers is the recipient of the 2017 Rammal Award for her own scientific contributions and especially wonderful contributions to build the science programme of SESAME.
The Strasbourg-based European Science Foundation (ESF) and Euroscience associations announced today the launch of a partnership to reinforce their collaboration and engage into future joint projects.
The European Young Researchers Award – EYRA – laureates for 2017 announced. The prize-giving-ceremony will be held at ESOF in July 2018 in Toulouse.
EuroScience and the ESOF Supervisory Board are proud to announce that the EuroScience Open Forum 2020 will be hosted from 4 to 10 July 2020 in Trieste, Italy, and that ESOF 2022 will be organized by Leiden/The Hague, The Netherlands, in July 2022. We received two impressive and solid full bids from Trieste and Leiden/The Hague, and we wish to recognize both cities’ credentials to become the European City of Science in 2020, respectively 2022.
Here are some brief impressions of members of the Governing Board of EuroScience who participated in Marches for Science in several European cities.
It is very regretful that, increasingly, basic principles underlying the scientific and academic enterprise have to be safeguarded.