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  • Bratislava Declaration of Young Researchers

    01 JAN 2000

    The Bratislava Declaration of Young Researchers has been presented yesterday, July 19th 2016, at the Competitiveness Council.

    Download the declaration at :

  • Open Public Online Consultation for SWAFS WP 2018-2020

    01 JAN 2000

    The European Commission, Unit RTD-B7 has launched an open public online consultation on the potential priorities of the Horizon 2020 'Science with and for Society' work programme 2018-2020. 

    The aim of the consultation is to obtain views and contributions from a broad constituency to inform the work programme priorities. The contributions received will complement the opinion provided by our external advisory group of high-level experts set up by the Commission according to Regulation (EU) No 1291/2013 establishing Horizon 2020. Early contributions would be welcomed in order to facilitate analysis.

    To submit a contribution and for more information visit:

  • Science4Refugees web-app

    01 JAN 2000

    Science4Refugees goes mobile with its new web app !
    A new & easy way to access Euraxess !

  • H2020 SME Innovation Associate

    01 JAN 2000

    The European Commission is launching a call for proposals to provide early-stage support to European SME and Start-Ups in recruiting up to 90 post-doctoral research associates to explore innovative business ideas.

    Overcome barriers for EU SMEs and Start-ups to the recruitment of highly qualified specialists (PhD holder or equivalent) that cannot be recruited on the national job market (being absent or not affordable), but whose knowledge would be crucial to open up opportunities for innovation and significant growth for the enterprise.

    Nr of positions available: up to 90
    Research Fields: All
    Career Stage: Experienced researcher (PhD holders or equivalent)
    Research Profiles: Recognised Researcher (R2)
    Comment/web site for additional job details:

  • Call for participants Indo-UK Workshop: Clean Water through Advanced and Affordable Materials, Chennai India, 8-10 August 2016

    01 JAN 2000

    Under the Researcher Links scheme offered within the Newton Fund, the British Council, we will be holding a workshop on Water for Life in Chennai, India on 8-10 August 2016.

    The workshop is being coordinated by Dr David Jenkins (Plymouth University, UK) and Dr Vasanthakumari (BS Abdur Rahman University, Chennai, India), and will have contributions from other leading researchers. We are now inviting Early Career Researchers from the UK or India to apply to attend this workshop.All travel and accommodation expenses will be covered by the Newton Researcher Links programme.

    The application form, with more details on the initiative is available HERE

    Applications can be sent to Dr David Jenkins at and Dr Vasanthakumari at before the deadline of 1st May 2016.