The Science Europe General Assembly has elected a new Governing Board for the period 2023–2025, including a new Presidency.
Support for Ukraine
Science Europe and its Member Organisations again express their solidarity with the people of Ukraine. Many of its Member Organisations haven spoken out and are taking action to support Ukraine and its researchers, as do other organisations in the research and higher education sector. We have created overviews of these statements and actions:
Science Europe is the association representing major public organisations that fund or perform excellent, ground-breaking research in Europe.
We bring together the expertise of some of the largest and best-known research organisations in the world to jointly push the frontiers of how scientific research is produced and delivers benefits to society.
We advocate science and the scientific community to help build the European Research Area and shape the global scientific agenda.
With members from 30 EU and non-EU countries and from all parts of Europe, we speak with a truly European voice.
41 member organisations
Bringing together research funding and research performing organisations.
22.4 bn €
Our members make a significant contribution to European scientific research and are crucial stakeholders in European science and research policymaking
The 2023 High Level Workshop on ERA is co-organised with CSIC and the Spanish Ministry for Science and Innovation. It deals with 'Challenges to reciprocity and equitable scientific collaboration between Europe, Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean'.
Co-Designing Diamond Open Access Recommendations and Guidelines for Research Funders, Sponsors, and Donors
Series of events related to the co-design of Diamond Open Access Recommendations and Guidelines for Research Funders, Sponsors, and Donors
In the lead up to the 2023 High Level Workshop on ERA, Science Europe is launching our campaign 'Talking Science: Fostering International Collaboration' to showcase the activities of Science Europe Member Organisations related to international scientific collaboration with Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean. These initiatives take into account core principles like academic freedom, integrity, and reciprocity.
Science Europe and UEFISCDI are co-organising the European Regional Meeting of the Global Research Council to prepare input to the 2024 GRC Annual Meeting.
Following the success of the ‘Global Summit on Diamond Open Access’, that took place on 23-27 October in Toluca, Mexico, a concluding statement has now been ratified and released outlining the collective way forward for Diamond Open Access.
Science Europe, cOAlition S, OPERAS, and ANR have announced a 2023 roadmap for the Diamond Open Access community, consisting of two community webinars leading up to the October Global Summit on Diamond Open Access in Toluca, México.
The Global Summit on Diamond Open Access in Toluca, México brought together the community for Diamond Open Access to discuss the equity, quality, usability, and sustainability of this scholarly publishing model.
Science Europe expresses its strong support for the Polish National Science Centre (NCN).
Science Europe supports the European Parliament’s budget proposal for Horizon Europe and calls on the Council to reverse the cuts it proposed for the year 2024.
EU’s incoming research commissioner praised for pledge to focus on improving Horizon Europe
Science Europe welcomes the new agreement of association of the United Kingdom to the Horizon Europe Framework Programme.
Science Europe is looking for a highly motivated Communications Manager to create, implement, and oversee communications activities that promote the association.