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  • The Federation of European Biochemical Societies joins ISE

    The Federation of European Biochemical Societies joins ISE Strasbourg: 27th March 2023 The Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS) re-joins the Initiative for Science in Europe (ISE) ISE welcomes the Federation of European Biochemical Societies as a member. FEBS was involved in the setting up of ISE in 2004 and both organisations are delighted to…

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  • Press Release : ISE’s Midterm Review Position Paper

    Press Release : Midterm Review Position Paper   Initiative for Science in Europe (ISE) makes recommendations to improve the functioning and impact of Horizon Europe and launches some ideas for the future   Shelter Pillar 1 actions, in particular ERC and MSCA, from any budget cuts. Make collaborative basic research an intrinsic part of R&I…

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  • Manifesto Handover Ceremony

    The Manifesto for Early Career Researchers Handover event – January 10th, 2023 Press Release ISE (Initiative for Science in Europe) speaks out loud! Together with Ciência Viva, ISE launched in September 2022 a Manifesto to garner broad and robust support from key stakeholders as well as individual researchers and other supporters for early career researchers.…

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  • Endorsers of the Manifesto

    Endorsers of the Manifesto for Early Career Researchers Here is the list of organisations and individuals who have endorsed the Manifesto for Early Career Researchers (updated February 26, 2023)   European Organisations Initiative for Science in Europe (ISE) Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) Young Academy of Europe (YAE) European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior…

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  • Press Release: A Manifesto for Early Career Researchers

    PRESS RELEASE A Manifesto for Early Career Researchers Strasbourg and Lisbon, September 26, 2022 The Covid pandemic and the general uncertainty we are experiencing are having a negative impact on early career researchers, adding to the precarious employment situation and often poor working conditions that they endure. It is time to act! We must motivate…

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  • Manifesto

    A Manifesto for Early Career Researchers In these times of uncertainty and upheaval, vigorous support for early career researchers, for their research work, for a stimulating research environment and best working conditions, is essential. Recent crises, as the Covid epidemic and the war in Ukraine, have compounded the problems facing the emerging generation of researchers.…

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  • new exec coordinator

    ISE appoints Dr. Monica Dietl as Executive Coordinator The president of the Initiative for Science in Europe, Martin Andler, announced on September 1, 2022, the appointment of Dr. Monica Dietl as its new executive coordinator. She succeeds Dr. Marco Masia, to whom the President is very grateful for his commitment and extraordinary service to the…

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  • ukraine war

    ISE statement on the war in Ukraine ISE condemns the Russian government’s illegal war against Ukraine. We are deeply concerned by the resulting humanitarian crisis and would like to extend our sincere support, sympathy and solidarity to all those whose lives are impacted. The invasion is an assault on the fundamental principles of freedom, democracy…

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  • paper-research-assessment

    Centrality of researchers in reforming research assessment The Initiative for Science in Europe (ISE) has published a report identifying 18 policy options for stakeholders to improve the ways in which research and researchers are evaluated and rewarded, and to enable a transition to Open Science. This report is ISE’s contribution to current discussions that include…

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  • covid-young-researchers

    ISE statement Strasbourg: 24 January 2022 Member States should  take action to support young researchers ISE supports Jean-Pierre Bourguignon’s appeal to the French Presidency of the European Union to organise a conference about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on young researchers. In an Opinion initially published in November by the French news agency AEF…

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