The nineth edition of The Project Repository Journal is now live and freely available to read here.
This edition of PRj is a testament to the researchers who are continuing to drive science innovation and communication amidst the global pandemic and the additional challenges that brings. Science communication has remained at the forefront of addressing issues such as climate change, health and future technologies.
A special thanks to Prof. Alex Gerber whose contribution to this edition highlights research ethics and the international campaign calling for more responsible research practices which can be read here. Alex also showcases the first in-depth empirical Field Analysis of Science Communication Research – read the findings here.
Please get in touch with the EDMA team if you require further information about any of our contributors.
This study provides both an empirical analysis of strengths and weaknesses of research in the field of Science Communication, and a reflection on its future needs and perspectives.
€1.9 billion pledged for 2021 by the European Research Council (ERC) to allow 1,000 top researchers to pursue frontier research under the Horizon Europe programme.
Download a copy of this Science Communication Research eBook.
The iSIM (Integrated Standard Imager for Earth Observation Microsatellites) satellite is only 15 kg in mass, four times more precise and 80 % less expensive than its counterparts.
Scientists solve mysteries of the 2000-year-old Antikythera Mechanism, the first analogue computer.
Aix-Marseille University hosts the 2021 European Conference addressing the issues affecting our oceans.
a research team including physicists from Hungary and Sweden have discovered the odderon by analysing experimental data from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at Switzerland’s European Organization for Nuclear Research.
Is investing around EUR 4 million to fast-track to market over 30 European data technology solutions that have the potential to confront and overcome many of the challenges that have resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new report out claims the EU now generates more energy from renewables than from fossil fuels.
EU Green Week May/June 2021 will be an opportunity to engage with all stakeholders and interested citizens on how we can work together to make the ambition for a zero pollution and toxic-free environment a reality.
The EU-funded EJP SOIL programme was launched with the mission of bringing together researchers to work on climate-smart and sustainable solutions for agricultural soils.