Science Europe

Policy at Science Europe


The Research Funding and Research Performing Organisations that make up Science Europe share...
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The Scientific Committees

Science Europe will be informed and supported in its activities by six Scientific Committees, composed of highly authoritative academics....
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About Us

Science Europe is an association of European Research Funding Organisations (RFO) and Research Performing Organisations (RPO), based in Brussels. Its founding General Assembly took place in Berlin in October 2011.

Mission

Science Europe promotes the collective interests of the Research Funding and Research Performing Organisations of Europe. It supports its Member Organisations in their efforts to foster European research. It will strengthen the European Research Area (ERA) through its direct engagement with key partners. In doing so it will be informed by direct representation of all scientific communities in its reflections on policies, priorities and strategies.

It works and partners with other entities such as the European Universities, the European Academies, the European Scientific Intergovernmental Organisations and the European Commission to develop a coherent and inclusive ERA... read more

News

(30 September 2014) Science Europe Response to the European Commission Consultation on 'Science 2.0': Science in Transition

(1 September 2014) As of today, 1 September 2014, Professor Miguel Seabra, President of the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, takes up his role as the new President of Science Europe.

(14 August 2014) Open letter 'EU Data Protection Regulation: Vital economic and social research could be prevented'

(27 June 2014) Opinion Paper on 'Career Paths in Multidisciplinary Research', by the Life, Environmental and Geo Sciences Committee 

(28 May 2014) International Progress towards Open Access and Harmonised Scientific Careers at the Global Research Council - Science Europe – ANR Press Release

Documents

(4 September 2014) New Opinion Paper of the Humanities Committee on the ‘The Human Factor in the 2014-2015 Work Programme of the Horizon 2020 Societal Challenges'