At the European Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS), on Saturday 16 September, 12 young Scientists were honored with eight Special Donated Prizes sponsored by EIROforum.
On 1 July, Prof. Robert Feidenhans’l, the Managing Director of European XFEL, assumed the chairmanship of EIROforum, succeeding Prof. Carole Mundell, the Director of Science at the European Space Agency (ESA).
The conference will present cutting edge AI and data science from the EIROforum organisations, and explore how these infrastructures can contribute to scientific progress with societal and economic impact.
Today, on 11 February 2022, the members of EIROforum wish to celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
26 October 2021 – Key leaders and researchers from major US and European big science laboratories, namely EIROforum and the US Department of Energy’s seventeen National Laboratories, met by videoconference ahead of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP26).
The EIROforum members welcome the EC proposal for a Pact for Research and Innovation in Europe. While supporting the recent efforts by the EC and EU Member States to revitalize the European Research Area, EIROforum members underline the importance of strengthening certain points in the implementation of the EU Research and Innovation Pact.
The EIROforum organisations highlight the importance of sustainable research and encourage scientists to get involved with the mission of Earth Day 2021.
The National Laboratory Directors’ Council and the EIROforum Council held a remote meeting on 13 January, 2021, to discuss general areas for stronger collaboration including the scientific response to the present COVID-19 pandemic. They affirmed their common commitment to explore collaboration avenues and sharing of best practices.
EIROforum members emphasise scientific knowledge gained from fundamental research fuels long-term progress, for tackling challenges facing humanity and building a sustainable society.
The COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, pollution, as well as the collapse in the Earth’s biodiversity, all highlight the importance of working together to build an inclusive society and a sustainable future, in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.