Group wants “organisational commitment” to better practices and enhanced collaboration
What's going on?
68 item(s) found
‘Publishers have no legitimacy to impose transfer or restrictions of ownership rights on any form of manuscript. In the light of the current pandemic, publisher-dictated embargo periods appear hopelessly antiquated’ highlights Marc Schiltz, President of Science Europe, in this Chemisty World article on the recent CESAER-EUA-Science Europe joint statement on empowering researchers in Open Access.
Covid-19 could make researchers more trusted by the public, or damage their reputations significantly? Lidia Borrell-Damián, Secretary General of Science Europe, weights in on the debate.
Publishing models that restrict researchers’ rights and article reuse blasted as “outdated”
In a joint statement, research-performing and research-funding organisations represented by the European University Association, Science Europe and CESAER, call on all publishers to stop requiring researchers to sign over their rights and to end the use of restrictions and embargoes.
Commission steps up consultation after “fait accompli” complaints but major concerns remain.
Guidelines from Science Europe highlight rapidly changing nature of scholarly publishing
Science Europe issued a Joint Position Statement with COAR, CoreTrustSeal, the European University Association, and the World Data System to highlight the community’s concerns over the Data Repository Selection Criteria recommendations.
Science Europe has joined those urging the EU not to curtail its collaboration with external partners on technology projects under its 2021-27 R&D programme, Horizon Europe.
Many university-owned periodicals are considering changing their business model, but the recent report released by Science Europe and cOAlition S calls for new funding strategy.
Repository rules proposed by publishers are ‘too narrow’, European funders and universities say.
Lidia Borrell-Damián, Science Europe Secretary General comments on the establishment of the new European Research Area Forum for Transition
Research reports on Science Europe's updated guidelines to suggest how grant reviewers should assess researchers’ data management plans.
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.
Senior Policy Officer, Mathilde Reumaux, talks to Science|Business and shares our reaction to the €95.5B Horizon Europe deal, reflects on how we got here, and looks ahead to the rollout of the programme and how it can achieve maximum impact.
Our Secretary General, Lidia Borrell-Damián, talks to Research about the new EU budget deal to highlight that the compromise on the rule of law was a huge price to pay, given that the European research ecosystem is built on common values, including the rule of law.
Science Europe's Secretary General, Lidia Borrell-Damián, joins other stakeholders to explain what the new Horizon Europe budget conclusion really means for European R&I.
Cuts to the EU research budget could mean Europe loses out on an entire generation of researchers, warned Lidia Borrell-Damián, and compromises the future of research itself.
In the context of academic freedom and the Bonn Declaration, Marc Schiltz, Science Europe President, is quoted in Science|Business highlighting the struggles that researchers face today even within the European Union
Science Europe President Marc Schiltz stresses to Research Professional in the context of the Bonn declaration that “academic freedom is of utmost importance for democratic societies to continue building Europe’s resilience.”
“The negotiations are going to be tough,” highlights Lidia Borrell-Damián, Science Europe Secretary General, to Research Professional in an article on the 2021-27 EU budget.
Portugal and Slovenia outlined their plans for the European Research Area in 2021 at European Research and Innovation Days 2020. Marc Schiltz, Science Europe President welcomes the ideas but outlines that there’s still a lot that needs to be done.