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Publication of #ESOF2016 call for Scientific Session Proposals

2 March - 1 June 2015

Over the six days of 22-27 July 2016, Manchester will host the Euroscience Open Forum 2016 "Science as Revolution". ESOF is the biggest pan-European science platform where researchers, journalists, policy makers, students and organisations can meet and debate European research and global challenges.

The call for scientific session for ESOF2016 can be found here. The call is now open and the deadline for session proposals submission is 1 June 2015 at 10:00 am CET 


European Climate Research Alliance (ECRA) General Assembly

25-26 March 2015, Brussels

The ECRA Conference "New knowledge for risk reduction" will present key challenges in climate research identified in ECRA’s Collaborative Programmes.

The challenges for research posed by climate change will be furthermore discussed in the context of research priorities and collaboration models and pathways for climate research in the future.

Registration is open until 15th March: www.ecra-climate.eu.

This conference is free of charge. 


The future for Open Access and the move towards Open Data

26 March 2015, London

This conference is timed to follow the publication of RCUK's review of the impact of Open Access so far - expected early 2015 - and will focus on key remaining implementation issues as well as looking forward to next steps for policy in light of the UK government's stated aim of adopting an Open Data culture for publicly funded research.

Delegates will discuss ways universities, academics and publishers can maximise the potential of Open Access and raise awareness of its uses among the public and businesses - and ways forward for sharing best practice across the sector. They will also assess how Open Access has been implemented in practice since the Finch Review.


Europe-Japan Symposium: Electrical Technologies for the Aviation of the Future

26-27 March 2015, EU Delegation, Tokyo

Further to Aviation System Level Applications and Requirements, the symposium will include dedicated sessions on Advanced Batteries, Fuel Cells and Superconductivity, with a view to future EU-Japan cooperation. Electrical technologies are increasingly used in aviation, aiming at more energy efficiency and less environmental impact, while maintaining high levels of safety and affordable costs


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Horizon2020: New Commission, New Agenda

24 March 2015, Brussels

One year after the launch of the Horizon 2020 programme, Science|Business will bring together applicants, project holders, industry executives and key policy makers to take stock of the programme and discuss the most important challenges for Europe to solve over the next 20 years.

How can the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme, in tandem with corporate R&D and university science, solve them? See more here.


Stress Biology and Crop Fertility Conference

18-22 March 2015, Sorrento, Italy

We are pleased to announce the 3rd Conference organized in the framework of the SPOT-ITN project (Marie Curie Actions, Initial Training Network, EU Grant Agreement No 289220).
The conference will bring together approximately 20 speakers of outstanding international reputation and different background covering various scientific aspects and the young scientists of the SPOT-ITN consortium.
Speakers will provide an overview of recent developments and approaches in the field and will share with the audience their thoughts and ideas for future avenues in their research.
We hope this symposium will attract not only established scientists, but also international graduate students and postdocs interested in the field.
Topics include: Global Stress Response - Hormone Signalling - Sexual Plant Reproduction - Epigenetic Regulation of Plant Reproduction - Metabolic, Proteomic and Genomic Networks in Stress and Development.
Abstract for Poster and Oral presentations are welcome and registration for all interested participants are now open.


New Perspectives in Science Education 4th edition International Conference

20-21 March 2015, Florence, Italy

Experts, teachers, trainers and researchers in the field of science education are invited to participate in the Fourth Edition of the International Conference “New Perspectives in Science Education” taking place in Florence, Italy on 20-21 March 2015. The conference is intended as a meeting point also to present results achieved in science education projects funded by the European Commission and by other sources.

Around 150 participants (representing mainly Universities and Research Centres) from 45 different countries attended the last edition of the conference.

Deadline for registration: 16 March 2015.

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4th FLAGSHIP Workshop - Economic, Social and Environmental challenges: modelling policies

19 March 2015, Brussels, Belgium

‘Economic, Social and Environmental challenges: modelling policies’: FLAGSHIP partners are in the process of bridging the research results with policy making and are looking for experts’ views and contributions. The on-going work and the questions that emerged will be presented during this one-day workshop to be held at the EU Representation of Lower-Saxony, Rue Montoyer 61, in Brussels, Belgium.

The workshop will take place back to back with DESIRE workshop and EMInInn final conference respectively on the 17th and the 18th of March. 

 

The workshop will include the following three sessions:
i. FLAGSHIP scenarios and storylines
ii. From exploratory results for a BAU scenario to policy proposals to FLAGSHIP scenarios
iii. FLAGSHIP transforming research results into policies 


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