ESOF 2008

The mission of the Euroscience Open Forum (ESOF) is to provide both the European and the international science communities with an open platform for debate and communication. It presents and profiles Europe’s leading research trends in the sciences, humanities and social sciences. It is an opportunity to discuss and influence the future of research and innovation in Europe.

  • Discover new trends and directions in research, business, science policy and funding
  • Network with leaders of the international science community
  • Communicate your research and ideas to an international audience
  • Participate in the debate, discussion and excitement of European science and technology
  • Meet and talk to scientific journalists from Europe and around the world
  • Develop your career, your future projects and your contacts

ESOF2008 provides a wide range of sessions and participatory activities for:

  • Scientists and researchers
  • Young researchers and graduate students
  • Policy makers and public and science managers
  • Business people, entrepreneurs and innovators
  • Non-profit-organisation managers, social entrepreneurs and innovators
  • Politicians at all levels of government
  • Journalists
  • Science communicators and press officers
  • Science and humanities educators
  • Students
  • The general public

ESOF would be the event you would want to attend if you’re interested in how science could shape the future, rather how you help the future with your research. I am planning to visit ESOF this year, would be a Welcome difference from the all science conferences. For once let us discuss how the research community impacts practical life.


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