Join Science Europe to Discuss Research Careers and Open Science at ESOF 2018 in Toulouse

‘A New Kind of Science? Supporting scientists at all career stages in the future’ is the topic up for discussion at Science Europe’s session at the EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF). Taking place on Tuesday 10 July from 10.15–11.30 at Hotel Mercure in Toulouse, an interactive panel will discuss Open Science and its implications for researchers at various career stages. Among the topics to discuss between experts and the audience are changes in the science system, and: how they will affect the way research is performed, funded, and rewarded; how to support the researchers in academia, industry and society engaging in Open Science practices; and how to both incentivise and reward researchers for addressing the current societal challenges and improving engagement activities with the general public.

Additional information is available on the ESOF website.

News

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(11/07/2018) Research funders making Open Access a reality by 2020...read more

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Documents

Science Without Publication Paywalls: cOAlition S for the Realisation of Full and Immediate Open Access... read more