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EuroScientist coverage of ESOF 2014 on Storify

You can now follow all the updates related to the ESOF 2014 conference on our Storify account. This account will be updated throughout the conference with news, photos and news, so that those of you who cannot attend the conference, can still share in the fun. We will let you know about the atmosphere, the gossips, the exciting sessions and parties too. Stay tuned! Read more [...]

Call for productions for the 2014 European Science TV and New Media Festival: now OPEN!

The organisers of the Festival, EuroScience and EuroPAWS, are pleased to announce the Call for TV programmes or New Media productions for the 2014 European Science TV and New Media Festival, which will take place at the ESOF congress in Copenhagen in June 2014. There will be eight awards decided in Copenhagen, listed below. The screenings will be complemented by panel led discussions and keynote talks on themes relating to Science and TV/AV media. This year the focus will be on the Environment, with the roles of science and the TV/AV media in the spotlight. Read more [...]

The European Young Researchers’ Award

The European Young Researchers’ Award (EYRA) is granted to researchers demonstrating outstanding research performance and leadership. At the same time, the award aims to inspire early stage and experienced researchers to incorporate a European dimension and perspective into their research. The Award is granted each year but the prize-giving-ceremony is held every two years at the Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF) where the two recipients will present their work. Read more [...]

Happy New Year 2014

May 2014 bring you exciting scientific tribulations! Happy New Year 2014!! From EuroScientist's team. We hope to hear from you during the coming year. Feel free to share your frustrations, your expectations and your hopes for the year to come. EuroScientist is your magazine is made for scientists by scientists. And there are many untold stories that have yet to make it into the pages of the magazine, this year. Read more [...]

EuroScientist Bitstrips Competition on Facebook!

Time to reveal your scientific personality through tailor-made cartoons! We would like to invite you to participate in our Bitstrips competition, which is available only from the EuroScientist Facebook page! All you need to do is to create your own Bitstrips scene or gather several sequential Bitstrips scenes to tell a story inspired by your scientific work or any of the themes featured in EuroScientist, be it related to science policy and funding, scientific careers, innovation, science education, or scientists’ lifestyle. Read more [...]

Power up the voice of the scientific crowd and complete our EuroScientist survey!

It is time for you to tell us what you think of EuroScientist. We would like kindly to ask you to take only a few minutes to complete our survey about EuroScientist magazine! We want to get to know you better. We want to know your aspirations, and hopes. We want to know what makes you dreams. We want to know what keeps you awake at night!!! Read more [...]

What do you really want to read about in EuroScientist?

We value your loyalty and now is the time to ask you what you really want to read about in EuroScientist. Over the next few weeks, we would like to open our editorial schedule to your suggestions. Once, you have sent a few suggestions, we will ask all readers to vote and we will commission articles about the most popular topics to be published in the autumn. Read more [...]

EuroScientist version web 2.0

EuroScientist proudly presents its new enhanced version available at This innovative publishing solution allows to combine original EuroScientist's articles, including opinion pieces from scientists and journalistic coverage of key issues, with curated content from web sites most relevant to the science community. It is provided by NOOWIT, a start-up which is the the fruit a truly European innovation. Read more [...]

Science meets poetry 3

What mysterious forces bring Science and Poetry together? Why did William Hamilton, Tycho Brahe and Marie Curie all write verse? How is it that Omar Khayyam wrote a treatise on algebra and why was Percy Bysshe Shelley fascinated by chemistry? To the contrary, why did Mary Shelley dream up the tale of Frankenstein? Poets from all over Europe gather at each EuroScience Open Forum ESOF to consider the complex relationship between Science and Poetry Read more [...]