Science Europe's 2022 Annual Report highlights the most important achievements of 2022 on Science Europe’s priority topics, including research culture, research assessment, open science, EU framework programmes, the green and digital transition, and science communication.
Support for Ukraine
Science Europe and its Member Organisations again express their solidarity with the people of Ukraine. Many of its Member Organisations haven spoken out and are taking action to support Ukraine and its researchers, as do other organisations in the research and higher education sector. We have created overviews of these statements and actions:
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The 2023 High Level Workshop on ERA is co-organised with CSIC and the Spanish Ministry for Science and Innovation. It deals with 'Challenges to reciprocity and equitable scientific collaboration between Europe, Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean'.
Science Europe, cOAlition S, OPERAS, and ANR have announced a 2023 roadmap for the Diamond Open Access community, consisting of two community webinars leading up to the October Global Summit on Diamond Open Access in Toluca, México.
The Global Summit on Diamond Open Access in Toluca, México will bring together the community for Diamond Open Access to discuss the equity, quality, usability, and sustainability of this scholarly publishing model.
EU’s incoming research commissioner praised for pledge to focus on improving Horizon Europe
Science Europe welcomes the new agreement of association of the United Kingdom to the Horizon Europe Framework Programme.
Science Europe is looking for a highly motivated Communications Manager to create, implement, and oversee communications activities that promote the association.
Critics argue European Research Area should prioritise other issues, following Commission proposal
Science Europe is looking for an Administrative Assistant to join its team in Brussels. The Assistant will support the smooth running of the Association, providing support to general administrative and maintenance office tasks and assistance to preparing and hosting events and meetings.
Science Europe welcomes the launch or renewal of national open science strategies in several European countries.
Science Europe congratulates ALLEA on the update of its European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity.
Science Europe supports the scientific community in calling for caution and nuance in approaching the issue of phasing out the use of animals in research, and endorses statements by several stakeholders.
Science Europe and the National Academies of Sciences Engineering and Medicine in the USA (NASEM) collaborated on a series of workshops on 'Preserving and Developing Ukraine's Human Capital in Research, Education, and Innovation'.