Science Europe and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) are organising a workshop to connect European and Chinese researchers working on projects related to COVID-19.
Science Europe Member Organisations are working hard to address the current COVID-19 pandemic. What are they doing?
Science Europe is the association representing major public organisations that fund or perform excellent, ground-breaking research in Europe.
We bring together the expertise of some of the largest and best-known research organisations in the world to jointly push the frontiers of how scientific research is produced and delivers benefits to society.
We advocate science and the scientific community to help build the European Research Area and shape the global scientific agenda.
With members from 27 EU and non-EU countries and from all parts of Europe, we speak with a truly European voice.
36 member organisations
Bringing together research funding and research performing organisations.
18.5 bn €
Our members make a significant contribution to European scientific research and are crucial stakeholders in European science and research policymaking
Lidia Borrell-Damián, Science Europe Secretary General comments on the establishment of the new European Research Area Forum for Transition
Twelve Science Europe members launch Weave, a cross-European initiative to fund and support excellent international research projects. It is the first time that such a large number of funders develop an initiative to facilitate structured bilateral and trilateral scientific cooperation.
At this event Science Europe launches the updated edition of its Guide for Aligning Research Data Management across Europe, now with a new DMP evaluation rubric.
Research reports on Science Europe's updated guidelines to suggest how grant reviewers should assess researchers’ data management plans.
Developed by experts from Science Europe Member Organisations, this guide aims to align research data management (RDM) requirements across research organisations. Originally released in 2019, it was updated in January 2021 to include guidance to support the evaluation of data management plans (DMPs).
Our Secretary General. Lidia Borrell-Damián shares with Research the challenges and priorities for the year ahead including advancements for Horizon Europe, Open Science, research careers, and collaboration.