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Edición especial de Euroscientist sobre la situación de la ciencia en los países del sur de Europa

17/04/2013

Edición especial de Euroscientist sobre la situación de la ciencia en los países del sur de Europa

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  • Os queremos informar de la publicación de un número especial de Euroscientist dedicado a la preocupante situación de la investigación en los países del sur de Europa.

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    Entre otros artículos interesantes, en dicha página podéis encontrar uno de nuestra colega Amaya Moro-Martín y otro del presidente de la COSCE, Carlos Andradas, donde se analiza la lamentable situación en España. 

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    Debajo incluimos los mensajes originales de los editores de Euroscientist presentando este número y animando a la comunidad a que exprese sus opiniones.

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    Un cordial saludo,

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    Javier Gorgas
    , Junta Directiva de la SEA

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    How well are scientists from Southern Europe withering cuts? This is the topic of today's special issue of our Euroscience web journal Euroscientist, dedicated to the scientists in South Europe.

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    Austerity has taken its toll on European research and particularly on scientists from Southern Europe. In this special issue we bring an analysis of the impact of such conditions on scientists who stayed and on those who were forced to emigrate. We also bring you testimonies of researchers from Spain, Italy, Portugal and Greece sharing their experience of navigating the troubled waters of recession, when it comes to maintaining a seemingly steady research career path.

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    We would like to encourage other scientists, including those based beyond Southern Europe, to share their own experience by emailing their testimony and suggestions on how to improve on the current situation to the Euroscientist Editor.

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    Our objectives are:

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    i) to mobilise European scientists about their present and future in Europe;

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    ii) to boost the audience of Euroscientist.com, as it has become as a new modern and collaborative platform focused on the people behind science.

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    For that, we are seeking some support from European and national associations, federations, and all stakeholders able to support us in raising awareness among their members and affiliates to ensure that we receive the broadest exposure and feedback to this special issue.

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    More specifically,we would kindly ask you to forward our email announcement below to your members.

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    The Euroscientist is the journal of Euroscience, the European grassroots organisation of scientists across disciplines and countries. Euroscience's mission is to be Your Voice on Research in Europe: delivering representation, driving cooperation.EOSF is a main activity of Euroscience and is taking place in Copenhagen from 21 - 26 June, 2014 (http://www.esof2014.org/). The Euroscientist publish articles, opinions, expert perspectives and curated content on a variety of topics and issues affecting scientists in Europe including science policy, funding, careers, innovation, and science in and for society. The Euroscientist's motto: "European science conversations by the community, for the community."

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    Sincerely,

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    Dr. Peter Tindemans
    , Euroscience Secretary General

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    Ms. Sabine Louët
    , The Euroscientist Editor

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    Mr. Alexander Gerber
    , Chair of the Euroscientist
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    Mail to Disseminate

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    , Email subject line: Have your say on how to continue to do research in times of austerity,  , Email body:,  , Dear Colleague,,  , Austerity has taken its toll and disturbed research cycles across Europe. Particularly affected are scientists from Southern Europe. Find out first-hand how scientists confronted to austerity deal with it in Greece, Spain, Italy and Portugal, in a new Special Issue of the Euroscientist. It is the journal of Euroscience, the European grassroots organisation of scientists across disciplines and countries.,  , The Euroscientist is the first pan-European magazine for scientists and by scientists. This means that it will give you a voice to share your own solutions to the situation we, as scientists, find ourselves in., In this issue, we analyse the situation of how many of our colleagues in the labs, who were forced to emigrate, and we also have the stories of those who decided to stay. You will hear from researchers sharing their experience of navigating the troubled waters of recession, when it comes to maintaining a seemingly steady research career path.,  , Problems identified in Spain, Italy, Portugal and Greece underlined the vital need for a public debate, beyond Southern European borders. This is the goal of this special issue: to focus the wider European science community's attention on how to solve research issues across Europe.,  , So, please, join in and take part to this citizen initiative. Tell us your opinion as a practicing scientist. Where does the system need to be fixed? Do we need to revisit the fundamental basis of research in Europe? Its objectives? Its funding schemes? Or even to find new ways of ring-fencing scientists' time for research?,  , If you want decision makers hear what you have to say, then speak your mind, don't be shy. Share your views by e-mailing editor@euroscience.org.,  , Sabine Louët, Editor, The Euroscientist, http://euroscientist.com/, Twitter: http://www.tuitter.com/euroscientist, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Euroscientist, Enhanced version of the magazine by Noowit: http://www.noowit.com/euroscientist,
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    , Please help us stimulate the debate around research in Europe further by supporting the, Euroscientist at: www.euroscientist.com/support-us, Don't forget to have a look at how our animators found a solution to help get out of the mess, In which European scientists are stuck!,

    Power up the voice of the scientific crowd: see and share the video!

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