Comments on ‘Science 2.0’ – Response to the European Commission Consultation on ‘Science in Transition’

It may be tempting to treat Science 2.0 as a political programme for a new kind of science; however, it is not. Science 2.0 practices are developed bottom-up within research communities in answer to diverse needs in varied scientific communities with different scientific practices and cultural backgrounds. Policy makers should ask how they can support these developments by removing obstacles to the creativity of researchers and by providing targeted support, backed by evidence of their contribution to excellence… read more

News

(07/02/18) Stephan Kuster is the new Secretary General of Science Europe… Read more

(02/02/2018) Science Europe and NWO have launched an initiative to align RDM policies across Europe… Read more

(18/01/18) Science Europe has launched a framework for discipline-specific research data management... read more

(21/12/17) Science Europe has published its response to the 'LAB–FAB–APP' report… read more

(01/12/17) Science Europe responds to the conclusions adopted today by the EU Competitiveness Council… read more

Documents

(21/03/18) Science Europe has published an Open Letter on the long-term sustainability of research infrastructures… read more