Policy Areas

The Science Europe Roadmap identifies nine ‘Priority Action Areas’. These are the policy topics in which Science Europe Member Organisations believe that there is potential to achieve tangible and substantive progress, and to add real value by working together.

A robust research system for Europe can only be ensured if all actors play their part in this, including national governments, European Institutions, individual organisations, and researchers themselves. Science Europe is committed to working on these nine policy areas, within the collective remit of its Member Organisations and the scientific communities they represent, as well as collaborating with others where partnership is needed and where progress requires collaboration beyond that of the Science Europe Member Organisations.

More detailed information on each the policy areas can be found in the toolbar to the left.

News

(24/06/19) Lidia Borrell-Damián has been appointed as the new Secretary General of Science Europe... read more

(31/05/19) cOAlition S releases revised implementation guidance on Plan S following public feedback exercise... read more

(16/05/19) Science Europe congratulates Professor Mauro Ferrari on his appointment as the next President of the European Research Council... read more

(14/05/19) EUA and Science Europe Join Efforts to Improve Scholarly Research Assessment Methodologies... read more

(18/04/19) Science Europe welcomes the PPA on Horizon Europe. It's a good deal but is there a supporting budget? read more

(10/04/19) ALLEA, EUA, and Science Europe join together to protect academic freedom... read more

(19/02/19) Vacancy for a Senior Policy Officer at Science Europe... read more

(0702/19) Science Europe issues a statement on managing the independence and guaranteeing the excellence of the European Research Council... read more

(29/01/19) Science Europe launches guide to support the international alignment of Research Data Management... read more

Documents

EUA and Science Europe join efforts to improve scholarly research assessment methodologies... read more