ESOF News

Welcome to Toulouse!

Welcome from the ESOF 2018 Champion Dr. Anne Cambon-Thomsen

Science to Business Day

Day 3 at ESOF 2016 was the focal day of the Science to Business programme, placing a strong emphasis on the importance of relationships. Industry experts gave talks and held discussions on key topics such as doping in sports, innovation in the developing world and global scientific collaboration.

 

Commissioner Moedas addresses Open Research at ESOF 2016

Speaking at the Euroscience Open Forum today, European Commissioner for Research and Innovation, Carlos Moedas discussed the scientific and political need to share data in the current day.

ESOF 2016 Opening Ceremony

ESOF 2016 has today officially opened, welcoming world-leading scientists, businesses, press, and science students to Manchester for the four-day conference. Based at Manchester Central, ESOF 2016 is the seventh iteration of the biennial conference, following on from the likes of Copenhagen, Barcelona, and Turin.

B!rth - Born in Exile

Since 2011, over 70,000 Syrian children have been born in exile in Lebanon alone. What is it like to give birth stateless and in transition and what is the impact on the women and children involved?

Stop press, new speakers announced.

ESOF announces additional key speakers to the ESOF programme. Read on to find out more.

bluedot festival announces spectacular science bill

Dallas Campbell, Danielle George, Monica Grady, Matt Taylor & many more join inaugural science line-up.

Inspiring the next generation of scientists

Promoting science among youth has been an important aspect of EuroScience’s vision for ESOF since the very first conference in 2004. Now, 12 years later, ESOF has been established as Europe’s biggest general science conference dedicated to scientific research and innovation.

Post-EU Referendum - What it means to ESOF

In the wake of the UK's EU referendum, the future of ESOF 2016 in Manchester may have been thrown into question, but as the name of the conference suggests, it is about openness and cross-border collaboration. We would implore the scientific community to embrace this by using the event to make a statement about solidarity and the commitment to global science that we all freely pursue. Programme Director Vicky Rosin gives her thoughts on what Brexit means for the conference.