You are holding the 20th edition of the Science Stories in your hands. The first issue was published in November 2015 with the aim of introducing our researchers to participation in European Framework Programme projects, inspiring them and celebrating project

Open Access to Publications and Open Research Data – state of play

EU GrantsAccess Co-Head Sofia Karakostas in a Zoom conversation with Anouk De Bast, Head of Science Office at the Embassy of Switzerland in the USA, Washington D.C., Maryline Maillard, Counsellor at the Mission of Switzerland to the European Union in

? In 1996, roughly 60 years after her death, the European Union established the Marie Curie Actions in honour of this female pioneer in science and in 2014, they were renamed as Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) in recognition of the

Framework Programme of the European Union for Research and Innovation during the years 2021-2027

Large collaborative projects are fun! They allow researchers to learn and benefit from each other; synergies can be exploited, interdisciplinary fields explored. Within a consortium, young scientists can start building their networks, train their presentation skills and get direct feedback

What happens if I participate in a European or international consortium? Can I still publish? Can I keep up and develop my Intellectual Property portfolio? What about confidentiality? What about limitation of liability? How do I run a project? What