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ESOF2022, RISIS for Freedom and responsibility of Science

June 22, 2022
ESOF2022, Europe’s biggest multidisciplinary and prestigious conference will take place in the city of Leiden, the Netherlands, form 13 to 16 July 2022 in a fully hybrid scientific conference with both onsite and/or online participation options for delegates coming from all over the world.   Participants will join a diverse scientific and networking programme of over 120 sessions;  multiple satellite events, 6 pre-conference workshops, 2 plenary sessions, 7 keynote speakers, one for each the seven tracks organized…

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RISIS ETER Dataset, data and indicator needs for the European University Initiative

May 26, 2022
The 11th RISIS Policymakers Session took place on 13 June in an online format (2– 5 pm CEST)  and was introduced by Yann-Maël Bideau, Policy officer at European Commission.   The European University Initiative, promoted by the European Commission has ignited collaborations and alliances across all European countries. The goal of the 11 Policymakers' session is to discuss the evolution of the Initiative based on new evidence coming from RISIS ETER Dataset.  ETER, the European Tertiary Education Register is a…

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EuSPRI 2022: RISIS Users, a journey through Datasets Families

May 16, 2022
In the framework of the next Eu-SPRI 2022 entitled Challenging Science and Innovation Policy which will take place in presence in Utrecht, 1-3 June 2022 hosted by Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht University,  RISIS project organizes a  session on 2 June (h. 3.00-4.15) dedicated to the valuable research projects developed using RISIS Datasets.   The panel session entitled RISIS Users, a journey through Datasets Families  has the aim to focus on the most valuable research…

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EFIL & NATPRO: inside R&D funding programs and instruments

May 4, 2022
The 10th RISIS Policymakers Session will take place on 25 May in an online format (2– 4 pm CEST) with a presentation of AIT and IRCrES-CNR team, entitled New insights into project-based R&D funding from RISIS datasets: Some evidence from EFIL and NATPRO. Fernando Galindo-Rueda, Senior Economist (OECD) and Nicola Francesco Dotti, Senior Policy Officer (Science Europe),  Anke Reinhardt, Director Information Management, (DFG) will give their valuable contribution to the debate.     The study conducted by IRCrES-CNR and AIT explores the universe of…

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Exploring Changing Demographics of the Global Academic Workforce

April 20, 2022
The 18th  RISIS Research Seminar will take place on 11th May from 2.oo to 3.30 pm (CET)  and will focus on a presentation entitled The Changing Demographics of the Global Academic Workforce: Aging, Expansion, and Sex Differences in Science Across the OECD Countries, 1990-2020, by Marek Kwiek, University of Poznan. Samin Aref, University of Toronto, is involved as discussant.   The seminar will be focused on new opportunities to study the global academic workforce from the perspective of its changing demographics. The…

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