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MCAA China, together with the CESEES Association, launched the "Marie Curie Postdoctoral Application Experience Sharing Seminar" on May 13

The Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship for 2023 is now open. To help you familiarise yourself with the application process and help you apply for the Marie Curie Fellowship, MCAA China, together with the CESEES Association, has launched the "Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship Experience Sharing Sessions" series, inviting several successful applicants to share their topic selection and applications.

Academicians leading the conference: The First Annual Conference of MCAA China Chapter and the China-Europe S&T Talent Forum on 1 April, Munich, Germany + live worldwide! (Second round of announcements)

MCAA China Chapter is now planning to host the alumni communication of 2023, in order to: strengthen the communication between MSCA scholars in various areas; improve the networking and collaboration between MSCA and other reputable academic institutions across the world; widen the cooperation between EU and China academics and industrials in different areas. The MCAA China Chapter is sincerely looking forward to meeting with excellent scholars from all over the world, to pursue common development under the scheme of "Excellence, Research and Mobility". According to the arrangement, this annual assembly will adopt a hybrid mode, i.e., in-person (Munich, Germany) and online (global live streaming).

Storytelling in Science

Stories are the way the human brain naturally learns and relates to the outside world. that's why you can't do without storytelling when communicating science especially to an audience of non-experts. What are the strategies to be adopted to communicate science without trivializing and without distorting the scientific content?

OpenInnoTrain Summer School - Research Impact

OpenInnoTrain Summer School offers an excellent opportunity for participants to develop skills for creating impact and to design their own research impact journey. Participants will learn how to identify and contextualize the impact of their research, engage with stakeholders, track impact outputs, and communicate real-world impact.

2nd Conference of the Researcher Mental Health Observatory (ReMO 2023)

THEME: "Evidence-Based Interventions for Fostering Healthy Academic Workplaces" The ReMO COST Action focuses on wellbeing and mental health within academia, a theme of strategic importance for the European Research Area and beyond. We would like to invite our fellow researchers and practitioners to critically think about reporting on Evidence-Based Interventions for Fostering Healthy Academic Workplaces. How can stakeholders in the research environment develop interventions tackling this challenge in a rapidly changing world? We therefore hope for an inspiring conference with presentations, workshops and keynotes that will not only showcase the newest findings about the cognitive, motivational, and emotional aspects of Researcher Mental Health and Well-being, but will also be a place to discuss the global challenges that shape the present and will define the future of our research workplaces. The conference will be a hybrid conference within the context of the ReMO COST Action with free online participation and in-person attendance at the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary.

Meet & Greet

Get to know the chapter's board members, mission, planned events, and more importantly, each other and welcome the new members to the chapter. Do not miss out on this opportunity to network and benefit from each other's experience. and the board members will never ask you passwords or other sensitive data. Also you will never receive strange links from them. Please always check the email sender and be careful what URLS you visit.
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