All posts by Brian Cahill
Summer wish: an increased EU Budget for Research and Innovation
EuroScientist is off for a summer break!
In the meantime, help us sign and spread the petition to double the EU Budget for Research and Innovation compared to Horizon 2020.
The #DoubleRIEU petition is an initiative from EuroScience and Initiative for Science in Europe. Read more [...]
Increasing awareness of researcher mental health
Recently, there has been an increasing amount of attention paid to the mental health of researchers. Research is an activity that aims to confront the boundaries of human knowledge: it demands excellence from all researchers, who aim to publish in peer-reviewed publications, submit grant applications, achieve tenure or defend a PhD thesis. Researchers identify with and are dedicated to their work to a very great extent. A recent report noted that researchers simultaneously demonstrate high levels of job satisfaction and high levels of stress and depression. Nevertheless, hard work does not have to lead to suffering. Read more [...]
March for Science 2018: be ready for science activism
The next Science March will take place in Washington, Göttingen and many other cities throughout the world on the 14th April 2018. This research activism movement born last year is set to gain momentum. It is a reminder to the science community that researchers need to make their voices heard
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