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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

UK Participation in Horizon 2020: The UK Government's overview

The submitter notes: A growing number of questions are being raised by members and prospective submitters about the impct of BREXIT on the MSCA. This document provides an overview of the UK’s relationship with Horizon 2020. It is dated mid-March 2018. Nothing since then has been agreed that would materially alter any of these statement.

Defining "Background" IPR as a basis for better exploitation of project results

By their nature, EU research collaboration projects, such as Horizon 2020, require sharing of information between the project participants , seeing that the key principle behind these projects is developing new knowledge by using the existing knowledge of each partner. For this reason, intellectual property (IP) plays a crucial role when managing Horizon 2020 projects.

'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