(Brussels, 26 September 2016) A new statement was released today by Science Europe on the EU copyright reform. The current proposal has come a long way in recognising the tremendous potential of new digital technologies for knowledge creation but it is still far from establishing a copyright system that helps Europe realise its full potential. Read the full statement here.
(Brussels, 13 September 2016) A new statement was released today on the Horizon 2020 budget: ‘Funding Research in Horizon 2020: Europe’s Most Valuable Strategic Resource’. Science Europe expresses strong concern that the research funding budget be maximised in Horizon 2020 so that Europe can fully realise its target of becoming a smart, sustainable and inclusive economy. Funding for research and innovation in Europe is a critical strategic investment which is essential for Europe’s long-term growth and prosperity. Read the full statement here.
Science Europe Working Group on Research Data has released a workshop report from the event ‘The Importance of Content Mining for Science.’ The workshop discussed changes needed in EU copyright in the context of text and data mining in order to encourage better scientific research and the free flow of knowledge across borders. Discover the full report here.
Science Europe will organise the session “Beyond the ‘Anthropocene’: Where Mankind and Machines Converge” at this year’s ESOF conference. Hosted on 25 July from 15h45 to 17h00, this scientific session will look at the interaction between humans and technology. Discover the full workshop description here.
(Brussels 5 July 2016) Report now available from the Science Europe Survey on ‘Research Integrity Practices in Science Europe Member Organisations’ undertaken by the Working Group on Research Integrity read more
(Brussels 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
(Brussels, 17 June 2016) Science Europe has released a new publication on exergy during EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW16). This brochure introduces the concept of exergy and provides examples of its application … read more
Science Europe Welcomes Defence of EU Research Funding and Call for Action on Open Science by the EU Competitiveness Council
(Brussels, 31 May 2016) Science Europe strongly supports the stand taken by the Competitiveness Council of the European Union, at its meeting of 26 and 27 May, that “within the framework of Horizon 2020 care should be taken to ensure that loan-based financing is not further expanded to the detriment of grant-based R&I funding”… read more
(Brussels, 27 May 2016) Today, Science Europe joins research councils from across the world in addressing interdisciplinarity and issues concerning women in research… read more
(Brussels, 24 May 2016) Science Europe and Knowledge Exchange have released a joint Briefing Paper on ‘Funding Research Data Management and Related Infrastructures’. The paper informs the discussion on the funding of RDM and its related infrastructures in Europe, helps raise awareness of the current challenges, and communicates opportunities for co-ordinated action to relevant stakeholders… read more
(Brussels, 29 April 2016) European competitiveness and well-being depend on its knowledge ecosystem and on a culture of innovation. The cornerstone of any European strategy to strengthen innovation should aim to overcome the gap between research and innovation… read more
Briefing Paper on Open Access Business Models: Science Europe Experts Help Policy Makers Take Decisive Action
(Brussels, 4 April 2016) To aid policy makers and stakeholders in making the necessary decisions on a crucial aspect of Open Science, Science Europe is today releasing a briefing paper on ‘Open Access Business Models and Current Trends in the Open Access Publishing System’. Put together by leading experts in the Science Europe Working Group on Open Access to Scientific Publications, the paper provides decision makers with a condensed analysis of current business models and trends in scientific publishing… read more
(Brussels, 26 September 2016) The EU copyright reform recognises roles of research but fails to realise its full potentialread more
(13 September 2016) Science Europe releases a statement on the Horizon 2020 budget: ‘Funding Research in Horizon 2020: Europe’s Most Valuable Strategic Resource’.read more
(12 September 2016) Science Europe releases a new workshop report on 'The Importance of Content Mining for Science' …read more
(July 2015) Science Europe will organise the session "Beyond the ‘Anthropocene’: Where Mankind and Machines Converge" at this year's ESOF conference on 25 July in Manchester...read more
(Brussels 5 July 2016) Report now available from the Science Europe Survey on ‘Research Integrity Practices in Science Europe Member Organisations’ undertaken by the Working Group on Research Integrity...read more