Science Europe

Member Organisations

Membership

Science Europe is fully funded by its Member Organisations. Member Organisations are Research Funding and Research Performing Organisations within European countries. Members should have substantial and significant impact on their national research system and budget. They should be primarily funded through national public funding, but should also have substantial operating independence from their National Government.

Seven organisations acted as founding members of Science Europe in September 2011 (DFG, the German Research Foundation; ESRC, Economic and Social Research Council; ETAG, Estonian Research Council; FWO, Research Foundation Flanders; FNRS, Fund for Scientific Research; ARRS, the Slovenian Research Agency; and SNSF, the Swiss National Science Foundation).

At present Science Europe comprises 47 Research Funding and Research Performing Organisations from 27 countries, representing around €30 billion per annum.

For further information about Science Europe membership, please contact the Office at office@scienceeurope.org.

The full list of the Member Organisations is also available.

List of Members

Austria

Belgium

Bulgaria

Czech Republic

Croatia

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

France

Germany

Hungary

Iceland

Ireland

Italy

Latvia

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Netherlands

Norway

Poland

Portugal

Slovakia

Slovenia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

United Kingdom

News

(12 July 2016) Science Europe to host a session on responsible research and technology at ESOF 2016 on 25 July in Manchester … read more

(5 July 2016) A new survey report is now available from Science Europe entitled ‘Research Integrity Practices in Science Europe Member Organisations’… read more

(23 June 2016) Report now available from the Science Europe Workshop on ‘Career Pathways in Multidisciplinary Research: How to Assess the Contributions of Single Authors in Large Teams’… read more

(17 June 2016) A new brochure has been published by Science Europe, entitled ‘In a Resource Constrained World: Think Exergy, Not Energy.’… read more

(31 May 2016) Science Europe Welcomes Defence of EU Research Funding and Call for Action on Open Science by the EU Competitiveness Council… read more

(27 May 2016) Global Research Council Statement on Interdisciplinarity and Issues concerning Women in Research… read more

Documents

(5 July 2016) A new survey report has been released by Science Europe entitled ‘Research Integrity Practices in Science Europe Member Organisations'… read more