Listen to Mike Galsworthy, the spokesperson of Scientists for EU from UK!   Recently updated !

You will better understand what is going on over there! Like everywhere, it sounds as a long time ago! Something that we would expect to never occur anymore? But Farage, Trump, Le Pen and so on! A nightmare! They have chosen ignorance! https://www.facebook.com/scientistsforeu/videos/855596394542371/

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What do Croatia’s election results mean for its neglected science?   Recently updated !

Croatia’s citizens have had their say. Again. In the second elections in the past year – following the collapse of an inefficient coalition plagued by corruption allegations – they have once again elected no single majority. Which means another coalition government, once again led by the right-wing HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union), the party that won the […]


The future of science outreach and re-thinking the ‘fight’ against science communication with the public 4

Are scientists bad communicators? An article published in The Guardian two weeks ago caused a firestorm of responses from the online science communication community. The focus was on the fact that science communication cannot simply be scientists lecturing from a soapbox using graphs, statistics, and facts. To scientists, this is a natural approach: when presented with something incorrect, you use data to support the […]

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Young scientists attraction for sustainable development 2

What am I to do afterwards ? This is certainly the central question for most PhD candidates when the end comes closer.  I think we are all familiar with the range of answers that comes with it : the will to pursue with a post-doc is soon replaced by the will to do anything else […]


Callinicus: the importance of scientists, knowledge, and innovation 3

The weapon The role that scientific advances and technological innovations play on the fate of civilizations is illustrated by numerous examples, including food-related developments (improved species in agriculture and livestock), health (hygiene and the discovery of antibiotics), and lifestyle (popularization of the internet). However, none of these examples triggers immediate effects on the nation’s evolution […]

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Dear reader of the HSE blog

I don’t know who you are, I don’t know where you come from. I don’t know which path you took to open this page. Anyway, you are welcome! The HSE blog is going to be quite active soon as a supplementary tool within the EuroScientist webzine! It will host new HSE bloggers, who are very enthusiastic about delivering […]


UK Scientists against brexit

Mission Statements of Scientists for EU We believe that any debate on the UK’s continued membership of the EU must be fully informed and we intend to represent science robustly in that debate. Science and innovation are key issues for three reasons: The first is the importance of science, research and innovation to the UK’s […]

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Scientists need to understand policymaking to influence it.

Read this article. Sure it will help you to understand things we are not used to think about! https://www.theguardian.com/science/political-science/2016/apr/27/if-scientists-want-to-influence-policymaking-they-need-to-understand-it                                                  Is policymaking like a clinical trial? Photograph: Stephen Kelly/PA

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#SciencesDebout, an other path for scientific outreach ? 1

What is #SciencesDebout ? I guess most of the readers know what the French movement NuitDebout (Standing Night) is. If not, let’s just say that after a demonstration against a law draft about working conditions, a few tens of people decided to remain on the Republique place for the night. This occupation persists and gathers […]

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