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.
Which will be the next European City of Science to host the EuroScience Open Forum in 2020? After careful consideration, the ESOF Supervisory Committee has published a shortlist of cities who will be asked to submit a full bid to host ESOF 2020.
A large number of major European organisations in the area of science, research, innovation and higher education have written an Open Letter to European Prime Ministers, ministers responsible for those same areas, as well as the President of the European Council and of the European Commission, and Commissioner Carlos Moedas for Research and Innovation to express their concern about recent developments in the US.
EuroScience invites cities, regions, countries or local, regional or national consortia to submit bids to host ESOF 2020.
European Commission, Director-General for Research and Innovation, Mr. Robert-Jan Smits is the first person to receive the new ‘EuroScience Recognition of Lifetime Achievements for European Science and Society’.
The Nature Travel Grantees to attend ESOF 2016 Manchester are sharing their ESOF stories. Read them here!
We call on all governments and institutions of the Free World to condemn the recent actions of the Turkish government in the strongest possible terms and to withdraw any support for President Erdogan until civil liberties are restored in his country.
The Initiative for Science in Europe and EuroScience call for an inclusive and open dialogue with the European Commission on the Horizon 2020 Interim Evaluation while identifying five areas of opportunity and concern.