Write Opinion Pieces

If you are interested in the value of our grassroots movement, share your opinions on EuroScientist

Scientists

If you are passionate about issues related to science policy, scholarly publishing, science careers, innovation, ethics and the role of science in society, EuroScientist wants to hear from you.

We accept submissions of opinion pieces in English. Typically, these are about 500 to 800 words long. We recommend using hyperlinks towards relevant web page to provide more in-depth details and give the reader an opportunity to read background documentation in any European language.

If you are unsure about the format in which you should submit or about the topic of your opinion piece, just ask the Editor, Sabine Louët. She will be more than happy to help and provide guidance .

EuroScientist is keen to receive opinion pieces from anywhere in the world, as we want to stimulate a global debate in relation to issues affecting the science community and society.

True to our grassroots origins, we value a broad diversity of opinions.

Now, it is your turn, do get in touch and share your views.

Policy makers

EuroScientist has a great interest in policy making. Hence, we love sharing the views of those involved with our global audience, as a means to get the debate going on topical issues relevant to society, and having a connection to science.

If you are connected to policy making, you are welcome to approach our Editor, Sabine Louët. She will discuss the best way to present your perspective and give you feedback on the format that is best suited for the magazine, to make sure that your messages reaches the widest possible audience.

We are particularly interested in the views of policy makers working at the interface between science and society. Do not hesitate to contact us,  and share your views!

If you are a scientific journalist who would like to write an article in EuroScientist, please read our dedicated page.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

European science conversations by the community, for the community