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Science Europe and the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research have launched an initiative for the voluntary international alignment of research data management policies.
Spending on research projects on blockchain technologies by the European Union is to jump after it announced plans to increase funding from €83 million to as much as €340 million by 2020.
Some experts say the US decision to repeal net neutrality rules could open the floodgates to a multi-speed internet in Europe.
Schiltz takes over the presidency from Michael Matlosz, who was President of the organisation from 2015 to 2017.
A broad TDM Exception is important for everyone (not just researchers), would boost Europe’s economy and doesn’t mean that publishers would lose money.
A drop in the total number of students from both the UK and the European Union entering higher education this year.
People with doctorates who go on to work in universities are less happy on average than those working elsewhere, a large-scale European survey has found.
Some top researchers prosper in Hungary as country tries to improve its international standing in science.
The independent High-Level Group of Innovators recommends bringing all relevant EU funding schemes into a single, fit-for-purpose 'one-stop-shop' for innovation financing.
The League of European Research Universities (LERU) proposes four golden principles for enhancing the competitiveness of medium-sized research infrastructures in Europe.
US-registered Central European University faces another year of uncertainty over whether it can continue to operate in Hungary.
External report criticizes lack of exploratory research.
The upcoming referendum is unsettling researchers.
The European Commission plans to launch its open science cloud by 2020, but calls on universities to train more data scientists
The European Research Council is planning to reduce the budgets for its single-investigator grants in 2018, to fund the return of the multi-investigator Synergy Grants.
The European Commission has offered funding for an internet for research data. But it’s unclear what it expects to get for its money.
EMBL Council selected Edith Heard as the organisation's fifth Director General. Heard's mandate is scheduled to begin 1 January 2019.
Despite migration of scientists, eastern European paper output has increased.
Statement by Carlos Moedas, European Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation concerning the recent legislative changes to the Hungarian national higher education Act.
ESF kicks off a career tracking survey of doctorate holders with nine research performing and funding organisations on board.