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'The lost generation of European Scientists' ESOF session featured in Nature

The ESOF session 'The lost generation of European Scientists: How to make the system more sustainable?' led by Sara Ricardo, Board Member and Gilles Mirabeau, took place on 11 July in Toulouse, France.

For those who couldn't attend this amazing session, an article has been published in Nature, read it here

Science4Refugees initiative

The European Commission has launched the Science4Refugees initiative to help refugee scientists and researchers find suitable jobs that both improve their own situation and put their skills and experience to good use in Europe's research system.

 

Latest news from the MCAA Chapters – Career Choices Seminar held by the MCAA German Chapter

Mark this date in your agenda: the German Chapter is organising a Career Choice seminar on 10 June at the Technische Universität in Darmstadt, Germany.

Career Choices Seminar held by the MCAA German Chapter

Why should I attend this event?

If you are currently wondering what you will do after you Ph.D or Postdoc, the following speakers may provide you with tips and ideas:

Five top tips on how to create an efficient international network

Blanca Hernández Ledesma (Spain) and Axelle Viré (Belgium) have taken advantage of their experience abroad during their Marie Curie project(s). Read on for their “Five tips” on transforming your mobility experience into an international and sustainable network – the key to a successful researcher’s career.

During my Marie Curie project, my host country was… the United States

Pierre Jehel, Marina Kvaskoff (both from France) and Markus Valtiner (from Austria) have benefited from an International Outgoing Fellowship (IOF). They worked or are currently working on their Marie Curie project in the United States. Marie Curie Fellows interested in having such an experience should read their stories to make their American dream a reality!

10 websites you need to know if you’re looking for research partners

Most EU-funded projects are collaborative, with at least three organisations from different EU Member States or Associated countries taking part. Maybe your future project partner belongs to one of the following databases?

1. CORDIS – EU Research Partners

CORDIS is the European Commission's primary public repository and portal to disseminate information on all EU-funded research projects and their results in the broadest sense. It offers one of the largest databases of partner profiles (self-registered profiles).