Euroscience was founded in 1997 by members of Europe's research community to: provide an open forum for debate on science and technology and research policies in Europe; strengthen the links between science and society; contribute to the creation of an integrated space for science and technology in Europe, linking research organisations and policies at national and EU levels; strive for a greater role of the EU in research; and influence science and technology policies. Euroscience holds a unique position as a grassroots organisation for individual scientists, institutions and other stakeholders in science. It works across countries, across disciplines and fields of science. Euroscience is the founder of the renowned ESOF – Euroscience Open Forum. It is the biennial pan-European meeting dedicated to scientific research and innovation. At ESOF meetings, leading scientists, researchers, young researchers, business people, entrepreneurs and innovators, policy makers, science and technology communicators and the general public from all over Europe discuss new discoveries and debate the direction that research is taking in the sciences, humanities and social sciences. ESOF is unique in that it is both international and multidisciplinary. ESOF takes place every two years, in a major European city (Stockholm, Munich, Barcelona, Torino, Dublin...) and presents breakthroughs in all scientific disciplines. The next ESOF will take place in 2012 in Dublin from the 11th to 15th July, www.esof2012.org
The Parliament Magazine
The Parliament Magazine's stable of EU titles offers unique and authoritative editorial content. Driven by comment and analysis from MEPs, commission representatives and an in house team of experienced journalists, the magazines, special supplements and TheParliament.com website are essential reading for anyone looking for exclusive insights into the EU and its decision making processes.
European Agenda is the platform for Brussels professional life that reaches out to all stakeholders in the EU political process, such as the EU institutions, regional and company representations, think tanks and other experts in the field of EU affairs. As an information service providing news on events, personnel changes and other developments of interest to Brussels’ political community, European Agenda specialises in finding EU events and decision-makers. More than 10,000 events in and around Brussels professional life are accompanied by several free-to-use features.
Research Media offer an end-to-end science, technology and research dissemination service. Our team of industry experts understand the unique issues associated with the global communication of scientific and technological research. Engaging a wider scientific audience requires dedicated time and budget, it also requires expertise that is often unavailable in-house. So, whether you are looking for assistance with a small element of your dissemination project or you are looking for an end-to-end, managed service, our team is committed to providing you with a solution that is completely tailored to your individual needs. To discuss your requirements in confidence please call a member of our team on: +44 117 3700 828. We have unrivalled relationships with global institutes, government bodies and corporate clients so you can be completely confident of our ability to provide you with the perfect solution to your dissemination needs, every time. As part of our dissemination offering Research Media produce a suite of publications under the imprint ‘International Innovation’. With discrete publications covering Climate, Energy, Environment, Food & Agriculture, Healthcare, Nano & Materials Technology, ICT, Transport and US Research, International Innovation publication is the leading global dissemination resource for the wider scientific, technology and research communities.
AlphaGalileo is the world’s independent research news service. AlphaGalileo provides media users with the latest news on research from all disciplines – science, medicine, technology, the arts, humanities and social sciences, plus high-tech business. The service carries news from leading research bodies around the world including the CNRS, the University of California –Berkeley, the University of Bonn, the Geological Society of America, Max–Planck–Gesellschaft, The European Space Agency, Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, Imperial College, the University of Madrid, the University of Melbourne, the National University of Singapore, the South African Square Kilometre Array and Japan’s RIKEN.
Digital is the leading association representing the European digital technology industry in Brussels. Our membership includes large and small companies in the Information and Communications Technology and Consumer Electronics Industry sectors. DIGITALEUROPE membership is composed of 61 major multinational companies and 41 national associations from 29 European countries. In all, DIGITALEUROPE represents more than 10,000 companies all over Europe with more than 2 million employees and over EUR 1,000 billion in revenues.