The Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA) has been following the evolution of the Brexit negotiations with major concern. We join the broader scientific community in emphasising that it is imperative for the UK, and to some extent for the ERA, that research and innovation cooperation programmes between the UK and the EU are maintained after Brexit.
The Marie Curie Alumni Association announces its support for Plan S
The much anticipated “Plan S” which outlines a future strategy for Open Science (OS) in Europe was recently announced.
The new MCAA Chair, Brian Cahill, attended the MSCA- Bridging Business and Research Event which took place on 18 March. If you’re wondering what happened, read below his report.
The German National Contact Point ran the event through moderation by Alexandra Pohl and the participation of Astrid Schwarzenberger.
Roy Someshwar (from India) is the treasurer of the MCAA and is also involved in the ASEAN Chapter as well as the Financial Affairs Working Group. Intrigued by this very active member, we decided to ask him whether his Marie Curie Action changed his life. See his answer below. And prepare to be inspired!
The MCAA is officially recognised as an AISBL (international not-for-profit association) since 7th February 2014 and in view of the legal requirement (under Belgian law concerning international not-for-profit associations) for the MCAA to hold a general assembly in the first three months following the end of the preceding calendar year, the MCAA Board has decided that t
Since the election of the MCAA Board during the General Assembly in November 2013, the MCAA has emerged step by step. As you are probably wondering what has been happening within your association in recent months, here is a quick overview of the latest developments.
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