The EU Copyright Reform Recognises Roles of Research but Fails to Realise its Full Potential

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.

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