How research policies must adapt: association launches new Strategy Plan 2021-2026 and Multi-annual Action Plan 2021-2026.
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 28 EU and non-EU countries and from all parts of Europe, we speak with a truly European voice.
38 member organisations
Bringing together research funding and research performing organisations.
23.9 bn €
Our members make a significant contribution to European scientific research and are crucial stakeholders in European science and research policymaking
This workshop will look at how national governments, research performers, and research funders can help translate scientific knowledge into policies and actions to address the climate crisis. It also serves as the launch of the new Working Group on the Green and Digital Transition and help prepare input towards COP26.
The 13th edition of the High Level Workshop on ERA is hosted by FNR and the Luxembourg Ministry of Higher Education and Research. It focuses on the topic of Research Culture.
Together with CSIC and NCN, Science Europe is organising the European Regional Meeting of the Global Research Council to provide input to the 2022 GRC Annual Meeting.
Member state governments’ move to slash EU funding labelled “extremely disappointing”, especially in “unusual” times.
The research is there, but scientists are having trouble getting their voices heard. In the lead up to COP26, funding agencies are calling on scientists to be better at communicating their findings.
Science Europe Response to the European Commission’s Consultation on a Future Data Act
Science Europe Response to the European Commission Consultation on European Digital Principles
As the Brussels policy machine gets back into gear, Science|Business has drawn up a list of the main policy debates to follow over the next few months
The Pact for Research and Innovation should give stakeholders a greater say over the implementation of the European Research Area. As things stand, stakeholders will have little say over how proposed increases in R&D budgets are implemented in member states. But this input and know-how is essential to advancing the single European area for research.
Science Europe’s Reaction to the Commission Proposal for a Council Recommendation on a Pact for Research and Innovation.
Science Europe Secretary General, Lidia Borrell-Damián, comments alongside other research stakeholder organisations on the new Pact for Research and Innovation in Europe, put forward by the European Commission.
Science Europe Response to the European Commission Inception Impact Assessment: Adapting Liability Rules to the Digital Age
Research covers Science Europe's response to the European Commission Inception Impact Assessment for a Data Act. The research sector has vast experience in data generation, storage, curation & (re-)use. Taking into account its expertise & knowledge can contribute to making the European single market for data useful for the society & economy at large.