Special Issue

EuroScientist regularly releases a Special Issue. These can be sponsored.

Science Career

Not having a defined career structure, is for many scientists in Europe today, a frustrating reality. This special issue of the Euroscientist explores key elements of the state of scientific careers in Europe to help our readers define their own career strategy. It features views from expert on how the changes in society, affected by both technology and the recession, are changing the nature of work practices. It also focuses on what remains to be done for scientists to be able work seamlessly across the European continent. And it also discusses issues facing those who wish to stay in academia and those who are seeking opportunities outside. Read more [...]

The future of science education

Many of our readers would change their science education, should they have the opportunity to do so. This Special Issue of the Euroscientist is your chance to share your views on how you would like to educational system evolve. To give you food for thoughts, we offer you some selected view points from across a panel of experts currently shaping the future of science education. Read more [...]

Research Austerity

Austerity has taken its toll on European research, and particularly on scientists from Southern Europe. In this special issue, we bring you an analysis of the impact such conditions have had on scientists who stayed and on those who were forced to emigrate. We also bring you testimonies of researchers sharing their experience of navigating the troubled waters of recession, when it comes to maintaining a seemingly steady research career path. Read more [...]