Higher education


Why a March for Science in Civray, a very small town, near Poitiers, West France ? Whereas most of the marches are organized in university cities ?   Because we are a small group of active citizens, aged from 17 to 69. Because also, unusually, we do research in our […]

A March for Science in a small countryside town?


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Starting our adventure on Euroscientist blog we would like to present organization which is our home and our tool to make a change in polish higher education system and science. How did it start? The idea to start our work appeared few years ago, quite spontaneously. It had taken some […]

Polish Women Scientists Network. Who we are, what we do?


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  The measurement of Impact Factor – how many citations a publication or a researcher is able to attract, is one of the most controversial yet most widely used quality indicators in science. This single number is the basis of decisions on funding policy, evaluation of research quality, scholarly appointments […]

The Like of Science – A New Impact Factor in ...





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Hélène Michel Tête de liste du projet  Alternative 2017 pour les conseils centraux de l’Université de Strasbourg et candidate à la présidence (élections des 17, 22 et 23 Novembre) Professeur en Science politique à l’IEP de l’Université de Strasbourg Membre de l’Institut Universitaire de France Directrice de  SAGE – CNRS UMR 7363 […]

Confiance et temps long : deux impératifs de l’effort de ...



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(https://pixabay.com/static/uploads/photo/2016/01/09/01/42/writer-1129708_960_720.jpg) An essay contest is probably one of the most intriguing events for any writer. And it’s no wonder as this is an opportunity to accept the challenge and compete with other pen wizards. After all, if the primacy of content in the search results is often ambiguous and dynamic, […]

How to Boost Your Chance to Win an Essay Contest


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On July 27th, 2016, after five days of exciting seminars, workshops and debates on the latest science and technology development in Manchester, Toulouse officially became the new European City of Science. On this day, Manchester passed on the torch to Toulouse for the organization of EuroScience Open Forum 2018, during […]

ESOF 2018: From Manchester to Toulouse




A common theme threads through the European Commission’s recommendations for 2014-2015 to Balkan member states, issued yesterday (2 June). It points out the high percentage of youth unemployment and poor access to quality vocational education, calling for a fuller implementation of planned and ongoing reforms in the science and education […]

EC: Balkan countries should improve their failing education systems


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The European Commission adopted a series of economic policy recommendations to individual member states today (2 June) to strengthen the economic recovery. The recommendations included the need “to preserve growth-enhancing expenditure in education, research and innovation” and to “push for further reforms in … R&D systems”, amongst others, to make […]

Croatia ‘must change its outdated education system to get people ...


Some academics have also hit the streets to show their support for the popular protests in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was rocked by country-wide street demonstrations today, that turned violent in places, with several government buildings set on fire, together with academic materials housed within. The state archives in Zenica burnt […]

University professors among protesters in Bosnia and Herzegovina, ‘priceless’ archives ...



The rector of University of Pristina – Kosovo’s largest university – Ibrahim Gashi is being pressured to resign after it was revealed he published articles in predatory journals to meet the requirements for promotion to full professor, reports Scholarly Open Access blog post. All five articles published by Gashi had […]

Scandal in Kosovo: Rector’s alleged track record of publishing in ...


Several initiatives on research, innovation and higher education have found their way into the next two years’ (2014-2016) workplan of the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) – a regionally owned and led framework for the promotion of cooperation in South East Europe (SEE) and supporting European and Euro-Atlantic integration. The workplan’s […]

Regional Cooperation Council adopts ambitious research and higher education goals