• Looking for something fun and interesting on a Friday evening? Come to the European Researchers' Night!

    25 AUG 2014

    The European Researchers' Night (NIGHT) is a Europe-wide event taking place in many cities and countries every year on the last Friday of September. If you are keen on learning more about science in an easy and entertaining way, don't miss this opportunity to discover scientific experiments, visit labs 'behind the scenes', do a science quiz or take part in a flashmob for science.

    Have a look at the European Researchers' Night website and discover the event closest to you (contact details of local event organisers will be made available soon).

    When: 26 September 2014. If you are a researcher and want to be involved, contact your local event organisers, available on the NIGHT website.
    NIGHT is an EU initiative funded under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions to enhance the public profile of researchers and to stimulate interest in research careers, especially amongst young people.


  • MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD: Join the Voice of the Researchers !

    01 JAN 2000

    Make your voice heard and join the Voice of the Researchers (VoR) group !

    Web-site: http://voice.euraxess.org/

    Facebook: VoiceOfTheResearchers

    Twitter: @Research_Voice



  • NEW! 2nd edition of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) prize now open: take part!

    22 AUG 2014

    The second edition of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) prize is now open! the contest will take place in 3 categories:

    -    Promising Research Talent (open to all FP7 ITN researchers)
    -    Communicating Science (open to all FP7 researchers)
    -    Nurturing Research Talents (open to all FP7 experienced researchers)

    Applicants must have benefitted or are currently benefitting from an FP7 Marie Curie grant. The prize is symbolic (there is no money, or gifts involved) it will be delivered during the high-level Italian Presidency conference in Trento on 18 November 2014.

    Application deadline: 21 September 2014.

    Further information is available on the MSCA website