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 […]
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 […]
The vision of EuroScience is a scientific workforce that creates a positive change for society. However, we believe that this vision can only be realised if the professional workforce is as diverse and representative of the society it should serve.
Re-launch of the EuroScience Science Policy Working Group. By joining us, you will contribute significantly to strengthening the voice of research in 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.
“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.
Meet researchers who have engaged with the media, learn from European policymakers why good evidence is important for them and how researchers can help inform EU policy. Respected science journalists will talk about how the media works, and how to respond and comment, and what journalists expect from scientists and researchers.