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Highlights include "How can amateurs contribute to research projects?" In this issue, we put citizen science in the spotlight. Download the newsletter by clicking here
Horizon 2020's design and rules have been simplified to make them more user-friendly. The implementing procedures are also simpler now. 18 months into the programme, this survey is designed to: find out what you think about the impact of the existing simplification measures gather any ideas you may have for further simplification. Access the survey here.
The first brand new EURAXESS Career Development Centre (ECDC) is now available in the UK. Hopefully many more EURAXESS Career Development Centres will follow soon! Discover more about it!
We are seeking innovative, agenda-setting proposals that will facilitate the sharing of knowledge and insights across borders. We welcome challenging perspectives, and are especially interested to hear from thought leaders anticipating and driving future agendas. You are invited to submit one of the following proposals: Type of proposal Description Deadline Speaker Propose a response to the Going Global 2016 themes in order to beplaced in one of...
Missed the ERC Press briefing at the World Economic Forum 's "Summer Davos"? You Can Watch still here:Http://webcasts.weforum.org/widget/1/china2015...
The first finalist has been chosen! Ms. Fatma Gözde Çilingir, a PhD student from the National University of Singapore, will represent Singapore and compete against other national finalists from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam for the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN) edition of the EURAXESS Science Slam 2015.
In a few days, Get Ready to be Part of the Movement! Be Ready to Discover # ChangeTheNumbers , our First International campaign to Break preconceptions of #Womeninscience .
The Number of Women scientist researchers increased from 26% to 30% in the last 10 years. # Womeninscience. * Source: UNESCO 2,014th Http://goo.gl/1oVc3m