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Science Europe supports the call for open and barrier-free science collaboration between European countries, including Switzerland and the UK, made in the newly-launched Stick to Science initiative.
Science Europe, cOAlition S, OPERAS, and ANR are organising a workshop to discuss best practices, develop the central elements of ‘Diamond’ Open Access, and adopt an Action Plan to be presented at the Open Science European Conference on 4–5 February 2022.
The European University Association and Science Europe, the association of research funders and performers, will lead the drafting of an agreement on reforming research assessment. The exercise is part of efforts coordinated by the European Commission.
European research organisations have called on policymakers to provide more support for interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research, saying this kind of research is needed to tackle societal challenges but lacks funding.
With money finally flowing to projects, the next year will be a critical time to lay the foundations for beating cancer, adapting to climate change, saving the oceans and protecting soils
The Science Europe Updates December 2021 is out!
This newsletter is filled with news and information on our events, publications, and other activities.
The report of the 2021 Science Europe High Level Workshop on the European Research Area, with a focus on Research Culture has just been published and can be read on our website.
Now in its 6th edition, the European Strategy Forum for Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) Roadmap for 2021 includes 41 European Research Infrastructures which have already been implemented (Landmarks), and 22 RI Projects that are in their preparatory phase. This totals an investment of over 20 billion Euros. The 2021 edition includes 11 new research infrastructure projects.
In 1991, the Parliament (Seimas) of the Republic of Lithuania established an expert body to advise the Seimas and the Government on science policy issues.
The Science Europe Updates December 2021 is out! This newsletter is filled with news and information on our events, publications, and other activities.
The 2021 High Level Workshop on the European Research Area dealt with the topic of research culture and how to keep the research sector attractive for current and future generations of researchers.
Science Europe publishes the report of its 2021 High Level Workshop on the European Research Area (ERA), addressing issues on research culture.
Leading research figures concerned EU policy agenda leaves too much in hands of member states
The culture of science needs to change to meet growing demands as research becomes more complex and puts greater stress on the research community, according to a recent statement from Science Europe, an association of 38 research organizations in 28 European countries.
On the occasion of the 2021 High Level Workshop, Science Europe celebrated its 10th anniversary and its achievements during that period.
At the recent SE General Assembly on 25 November 2021, the Science Europe Member Organisations elected the members of the Science Europe Governing Board for the next two-year mandate, 2021-2023.
On Wednesday, 24 November Science Europe held the 13th edition of its High Level Workshop on the European Research Area, with a focus, this year, on the topic of research culture.
From 1 to 12 November, United Nations Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) took place in Glasgow (UK), bringing together world leaders, scientists and activists to discuss how to accelerate actions towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
The Report on ‘Science for the Green Transition’ was published on 10 November 2021 as a follow up of the policy workshop co-organised by the Spanish Research Council (CSIC), the Swedish Research Council for Sustainable Development (FORMAS), UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), and Science Europe on 7 September 2021.