Gordon, Chair of ICoRSA was invited to talk at the European Network on Research Careers (ENRC) about ICoRSA’s views on the portability of research grants. Here is the presentation he will be giving today at the ENRC. check out the Read More
The European Research Area (ERA), aiming at research excellence and economic competitiveness by tackling issues such as researchers mobility and gender equality, has recently released their 2014 progress report, with some interesting statistics about the researchers labour force around the globe. Read More
Great News for Researchers in Europe! The European Commission has finalised a pan European Scheme (RESAVER) tailored for research organisations and their employees. A major advance for researchers mobility! For more details, follow the Link
No doubt about it, if you are a scientist, especially an early career researcher, you have collaborated and have moved cities, countries, continents to pursue your passion: Research. And although it has become easier than before to move and collaborate, Read More
Researchers often fail to make their opinions known to government organisations, so now is your chance to have a say on how the UK invests its research money for capital spending. „This consultation seeks views on how the UK makes Read More
Changes have been proposed to improve the regulations around career tracks of young researchers in Germany !!! To read more, follow Link. Open petition for more perspectives in science to the federal government (In German).
ICoRSA has just signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Eurodoc. The two associations will be collaborating in projects of common interest to maximize the voice of researchers in higher education institutions and at research institutions in Europe.
ICoRSA will be attending the next ESOF in Copenhagen, and will be tweeting all about it, so keep an eye open from June 21st to June 26th!!