The results from our survey about Science 2.0 (2014) were cited in a book called “Open innovation, open science, open to the world”.
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.Read more
On November 12-14 the third OpenCon will take place in Washington, DC!
YEAR participated the Young Researchers Conference 2016 in Brussels 13th of June.
The YEAR Annual Conference 2016 was this year held in The Hague 18-19 April 2016. The first day of the event concerned the topic of Open Innovation, and the second day was reserved for a project idea competition.
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.
Improving the durability in materials for buildings and infrastructure is a key political strategy for the future in order to provide society with new and sustainable solutions.
On 29th-30th October 2015, the joint YEAR- AIT Workshop on “UAV’s for civil applications” gathered several stakeholders from the field in Vienna.
Oliver Zendel (AIT) and Helena Henno (VTT) were the two winners of 2015 YEAR Award.
On 2-4 October, Young VITO visited the beautiful city of Copenhagen.
Securing the sustainable access to raw materials, including metals, industrial minerals and construction raw materials for the EU economy is of high importance.
VTT Young Professionals gathered for a workshop on happiness at work and brain fitness on November 19th 2015 in Café Rupla, Helsinki.
Young AIT organized in the beginning of November a new after-work activity: a „Laser Tag “ party. On target!
The YEAR Annual Conference 2015 took place on 11-12 May in Espoo, Finland.