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Title: European Science Foundation: new projects and developments
Authors: Baginskaite, Julija 
Keywords: European Science Foundation (ESF);Science Connect;peer-review;research projects;career tracking;research infrastructures;MERIL
Issue Date: 21-Nov-2017
Publisher: euroCRIS
Series/Report no.: euroCRIS Strategic Membership Meeting Autumn 2017 (CVTI SR, Bratislava, Slovakia, Nov 20-22, 2017)
Conference: Strategic Membership Meeting 2017 – Autumn (Bratislava) 
After 42 years of setting European research agendas, the European Science Foundation's traditional mission of funding cross-border collaborative research programmes and networks ended in December 2015. This was followed by ”Science Connect’, the Expert Services Division that will be rolled out during a 3-yr business plan, providing a new strategic orientation to the ESF. The main aim of the organization is still to promote scientific developments through collaborative actions, mainly by supporting decision-making for research funding organisations. The presentation introduces the services provided by "Science Connect" such as peer-review missions, project management or career tracking among others. The MERIL-2 H2020 project for Mapping the European Research Infrastructure Landscape,, which ESF coordinates, is analyzed in some detail, with an emphasis on potential opportunities for interoperability.
21 slides.-- Delivered within the session "Presentations by euroCRIS Strategic Partners"
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