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Marie Curie Awards 2005

Dublin, the home of roving Irish laureates, played host to laureates of a different sort: the five winners of this year’s Marie Curie Awards for mobile research excellence which aim to enhance the visibility and attractiveness of research careers.

‘Researchers in Europe’ takes its last bow

From June to December, the Commission-backed ‘Researchers in Europe’ initiative entertained and informed European citizens about what it means to be a researcher and the wonders of a research career. The final curtain descended on RIE in the Irish capital, Dublin.

Stockholm ‘erupts’ with activity for European Researchers’ Night

Thousands flocked to the science extravaganza organised by the ‘Lava’ cultural and social centre in Stockholm (SE) in honour of European Researchers’ Night. ‘Utbrott pa Lava’, literally ‘Eruption at Lava’, was an unprecedented success, attracting an audience of nearly 3000 to its exciting and full programme of demonstrations and challenges.

Friday night with the researchers

More than forty-five cities and towns from fifteen different European countries celebrated ‘European Researchers’ Night’, on 23 September 2005, by organising a multitude of events, where the young and not so young had the opportunity to mix and mingle with researchers, and to learn more about the fascinating world of science in a festive atmosphere.

Ile-de-France – Bringing science closer to society


‘Researchers in Europe 2005’ is officially underway!

The “Researchers in Europe 2005” initiative was officially launched, in Luxembourg, on 8 June 2005, by Research Commissioner Janez Potočnik, in the presence of His Royal Highness the Grand Duke of Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Research Minister François Biltgen and an audience from across the European Union.

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