The 7th meeting of GBIF European nodes is organized by GBIF France and hosted at the Natural History Museum in Paris. It is reserved to GBIF European nodes.
Please contact the European Nodes representative Andre Heughebaert (a.heughebaert AT biodiversity.be) or GBIF France node manager Anne-Sophie Archambeau (archambeau AT gbif.fr) for more information.
The information session "H2020-financial errors.be" is an event organised by the European Commission in close cooperation with the Belgian Legal and Financial National Contact Points. It will take place in Brussels on 28 April 2015.
CHAIN-REDS Conference: “Open Science at the Global Scale" - 31 March 2015, Brussels
The CHAIN-REDS project partners are proud to announce the “Open Science at the Global Scale: Sharing e-Infrastructures, Sharing Knowledge, Sharing Progress” Conference to be held in Brussels on March 31, 2015 at Marivaux Hotel. This major event in the field of e-Infrastructures for Research and Education is organised by the CHAIN-REDS project, under the aegis of the European Commission (DG CONNECT).
The call for proposals is now open !
The EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) 2016 will take place in Manchester from 22 – 27 July 2016.
Submissions for the science programme are now open until the deadline for session proposals is 1 June 2015 at 10:00 am CET.
There are nine core themes running through the science programme:
• Healthy populations
• Material dimensions
• Sustaining the environment
• Turing’s legacy - data and the human brain
• Far frontiers
• Living in the Future
On Feb 2 at 14.00, the Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology organises an Info-Day, for all those interested in addressing properly responsible research and innovation in the topics with a deadline in 2015.
The European Scientific Research
26 November 2014, Apulia Region, rue du Trône 62 - 1050 - Brussels
|9:30 - 12:30
|Public Event: meeting the stakeholders
Paolo Casalino | Head of Apulia Region office in Brussels - TBC
Emilia Chiancone | President of the National Accademy of Sciences
BioSyst.EU's third meeting
August 15–18, 2017, Gothenburg, Sweden.
BioSyst EU, the Federation of European Biological Systematic Societies, is an organisation that share aims with CETAF.
A collaboration and a partnership with European scientists dealing with topics of systematic biology where individual scientists are to be represented via their national or regional societies.
Have a look at Biosyst EU goals at www.biosyst.eu/
AnaEE (Analysis for Experimentation on Ecosystems) is a key European research infrastructure project aiming to provide Europe's researchers with the experimental facilities they need to help better understand and therefore respond to the challenges of climate change, food security, environmental sustainability and loss of biodiversity.