Distributed quarterly and on a free of charge basis to a global audience of over 200,000 people, with features discussing current and future funding calls, science policy, European and World-Wide Initiatives and research news it will bring together prolific members of academia and the scientific community to disseminate their ongoing and finalised projects in a concise and informative manner.
Whether the project has received funding from the European Commission, through one of their current schemes such as with an ERC grant or via Horizon 2020, or has received a grant from one of their National Research Councils or European funding agencies, each project will have the freedom to present their goals, ambitions and up to date research findings to a community that makes a difference to science going forward. From policy makers and public sector to funding agencies and research councils and right through the heart of the wider scientific world The Project Repository Journal (PRj) will be at the forefront of project communication and ultimately drive science to the next level and beyond.
PRj Volume 2 Now Available Online!
The second edition of The Project Repository Journal is now live!
With a special feature on Gender Equality, containing editorial and project articles from the likes of WES (Women’s Engineering Institute), EIGE (European Institute for Gender Equality) and a select number of EU funded projects, we are delighted with the finished results and hope our readers find it both informative and thought provoking in the same breath.
PRj Volume 1
Showcasing EU funded projects and editorial content covering subjects like cancer, politics, nanotechnology, internet security, biopharmaceuticals, solar energy, democracy, hazardous substances, cOAlition-S, Horizon 2020, Horizon Europe and the ERC.
This journal is open access and is published under open licence Attribution 4.0 International (CC-BY 4.0), authors have the right to retain all copyright.
With open access (or open science) being a “core strategy” for the European Commission and making research findings freely available paramount to furthering the engagement of the European scientific community in world science and ultimately at its forefront, The Project Repository Journal (PRj) will enable any project a platform of dissemination in keeping with this evolving recommendation.