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Latest Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions call is the biggest ever in terms of applications!

Latest Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions call breaks all records, according to Europa’s press release.

With 9,830 applications for Individual Fellowships from researchers across the world, this year's call is the biggest ever in terms of applications under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions.

Andrea Noble

It is with deep sadness that we note the death of one of our members Andrea Noble on 10 May 2017.

Andrea Noble was a Latin Americanist based at The University of Durham.

Open Access and Open Scholarship have revolutionized the way scholarly artefacts are evaluated and published - OPENUP

Open Access and Open Scholarship have revolutionized the way scholarly artefacts are evaluated and published, while the introduction of new technologies and media in scientific workflows has changed the “how and to whom” science is communicated, and how stakeholders interact with the scientific community.

Statement of the Network of University Teachers against banning the Gender Studies Programme

In the middle of the summer university break, the Hungarian Rectors' Conference was presented a draft decree from the Ministry of Human Resources and the Ministry of Justice.  This proposal called for the abolition of the masters program on Gender Studies.

New book “Modeling and Computing in Geotechnical Engineering: An Introduction” published by an MCAA member

If you’re interested in modeling and computing in geotechnical engineering, keep reading! Can Ulker, an MCAA member, together with M.S. Rahman, has been working on the book “Modeling and Computing in Geotechnical Engineering: An Introduction”, now available.

 3 reasons why you should read it