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News Call for White Rose Brussels supported activities in Brussels

Call for White Rose Brussels supported activities in Brussels

The White Rose Brussels Office is launching a new mechanism for staff members and students to seek assistance with holding activities in Brussels.

Would you like to engage with Brussels stakeholders such as the European Commission, the European Parliament and/or European universities?

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News Internship Opportunity – We Are Recruiting

Internship Opportunity – We Are Recruiting

Three exclusive 7-month paid internships in Brussels and the UK for students following their final year of study from the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York Please note that the intern role and application process have changed since last year’s opportunity, please read below for further information. 3 x Internships: White Rose Brussels Office Deadline: […]

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24th January 2018 Event

STOA Workshop: EU Mission-Oriented Research and Innovation Policy

  A Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) workshop run by the European Parliamentary Research Service (EPRS) aimed to clarify the concept of mission-oriented challenges, something which shaping up to be a major theme of the 9th EU funding Programme. As well as presenting an Economic and Social Research Impact paper, the workshop invited key […]

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23rd January 2018 Event

Fact Checking Science: Shaping the Governance of Scientific Advice in the EU

The event was hosted in parliament by Julie Girling MEP and jointly organised by the Nickel Institute and the European Risk Forum (ERF). It aimed to explore the role of public scrutiny in scientific enquiry, as well as presenting an advice paper by the ERF that highlights weaknesses in the EU’s Structural Framework for collecting […]

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18th January 2018 Event

LERU Implicit Gender Bias in Academia Event

This policy launch, organised by The League of European Research Universities (LERU) communicated a paper written by its gender working group about the impact of implicit gender bias on women in academia. Introducing the event was Kurt Deketelaere, president of LERU. Katrien Maes, Chief Policy Officer LERU and Jadranka Gvozdanovic, University of Heidelberg Professor and […]

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News University of Sheffield invited to be a member of the CESAER association

University of Sheffield invited to be a member of the CESAER association

The University of Sheffield has been elected as a member of the Conference of European Schools for Advanced Engineering Education and Research (CESAER). Sheffield joins fifty-one other Universities from twenty-six nations and is one of only two from the UK. CESAER is a European association of leading specialised and comprehensive universities of science and technology […]

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News Research led by the University of Leeds Highlights Climate Impacts of Deforestation.

Research led by the University of Leeds Highlights Climate Impacts of Deforestation.

Data gathered from a new study by an international team of scientists, shows deforestation is likely to warm the climate even more than originally thought. The new research, which was recently published in Nature Communications, examined the way that gases emitted by trees and vegetation affect the climate. The team assessed the complex ways in […]

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13th December 2017 Event

CEPS Lunchtime Brexit Dialogue

  This lunchtime dialogue, organised jointly by the Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) and the British Council aimed to explore the future relationship between the UK and EU in the area of research and science. Introducing the event was Karel Lannoo, Chief Executive Officer at CEPS and Daniel Korbel, Head of Science Global Team […]

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