European Science Foundation

The European Science Foundation, (ESF) was formed in 1974 and is headquartered in Stasbourg, France. The ESF is comprised of 80 Member organizations and represents approximately 30 countries. The ESF encompasses the interests of scientific inquiry in nearly all disciplines, including Humanities, Medical Science, Life Earth and Environmental Sciences, Physical and Engineering Science, Social Science, Polar, Marine, and Space. The purpose is to promote science research without geographical boundaries and to promote science in the European community of states In essence, ESF is a gateway for scientists in Europe to obtain funding, acquire education and training and stay on top of scientific news.

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Where is mathematics in Europe?

Europe needs an Institute of Industrial Mathematics to tighten the link between maths and industry as an enabler of innovation – putting maths at the heart of Europe's innovation, according to the European Science Foundation ...

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A new code of conduct for researchers

A new European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity will be presented by the European Science Foundation at the World Conference on Research Integrity. The code addresses good practice and bad conduct in science, offering ...

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Listen to the natives for better moose monitoring

Modern methods can answer a multitude of questions, but sometimes traditional techniques are superior. Authorities in northern Quebec, Canada, found this to their cost, when they relied upon statistical data to monitor moose ...

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