On the 29th of November 2016, the Council of the European Union adopted a number of conclusions under the title of “Measures to support early stage researchers, raise the attractiveness of scientific careers and foster investment in human potential in research and development”
Mandated by the EU Commission, ALLEA – All European Academies consulted YEAR in the review process of the EU Code of Conduct for Research Integrity.
Background The Slovak Presidency has among its priorities to foster talent with emphasis on young researchers, as they will be the new generation of scientists in Europe¹.
Mandated by the EU Commission, ALLEA – All European Academies has consulted YEAR in the review process of the EU Code of Conduct for Research Integrity.
In the context of the first Open Science Policy Platform meeting, we issued a small survey asking the early career researchers from our member organisations about their view of Open Science.
The results from our survey about Science 2.0 (2014) were cited in a book called “Open innovation, open science, open to the world”.
YEAR participated the Young Researchers Conference 2016 in Brussels 13th of June.
YEAR board member Michela Vignoli will represent the YEAR Network at the High-Level Advisory Group ‘Open Science Policy Platform’ (OSPP) that has been established by the Directorate-General for Research and Innovation.
YEAR board member Michela Vignoli (AIT Austrian Institute of Technology) had the pleasure to represent the YEAR Network at the very inspiring Open Science Conference, which was hosted by the Dutch Presidency on 4-5 April 2016 in Amsterdam.