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It is now time to apply for our next EuroScitizen WG3 meeting!

EuroScitizen WG3 Informal Education Belgrade Workshop Call

This meeting will take place in Belgrade, February 25-26 2020, and will be hosted at the Centre for the promotion of science, Science Club Belgrade.
The goal of the workshop is to train, in priority, WG3 […]

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Cross- COST Action Citizen Science Meeting: citizen science as a tool for promotion of scientific literacy in evolution

Deadline for applications: Nov 1st 2019

Apply here

Practical info:

Meeting in Berlin (exact location tbc)
13th and 14th January 2020
Number of participants reimbursed: 6 participants

Citizen science is a tool that has the potential to enhance scientific literacy […]

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Second call for “Inclusiveness Target Countries (ITC) Conference Grants” open from now until 27th December 2019

The second EUROSCITIZEN (CA17127 Building on scientific literacy in evolution towards scientifically responsible Europeans) Call for “Inclusiveness Target Countries (ITC) Conference Grants” is open from now until 27th December 2019. Please consider that, according COST rules, this call for ITC Conference Grants will ONLY target the […]

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EuroScitizen Paris meeting, April 23-24, 2019 Summary

After Porto meeting, a new important meeting toward the realization of EuroScitizen goals

The EuroScitizen meeting of Paris took place at the National Natural History Museum, involving WG2 and WG5 as well as WG3 and WG4

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EuroScitizen COST Action is accepting Dissemination Meeting Grants applications

If you feel enthusiastic about the opportunity of presenting our action in a congress or meeting of your interest, and you consider it would benefit the interests and objectives of the EuroScitizen COST Action, and increase the visibility of our network, we strongly encourage you to send an […]

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EuroScitizen Action Chair at the ALLEA congress All European Academies 2019

Last week I attended the ALLEA congress, a meeting between all of National Academies of Europe. The topic this year was “Science and Society in Present-day Europe” and so was very relevant to us in EuroScitizen. It was also an opportunity for me to interview a number […]

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