- On the eve of the European Union’s parliamentary elections, a special issue of Nature examines the prospects for science across the region.
- It includes an infographic which explores the research investment and scientific output of the european countries and a study on how the EU is developing its research programme Horizon 2020.
- Other parts of this issue deal with the EU’s controversial plans to boost its spending on defense research, the potential for european model of science policy and governance to become more influential around the world in the decade ahead, and the views of nine leading Europeans on the future priorities for science.
- An Editorial urges Europe’s scientists to continue celebrating the strengths that make the EU great.
El “academic housework” sería uno de los factores que contribuyen a la brecha de género entre el profesorado
El estudio Testing the concept of academic housework in an European setting, publicado por cuatro profesoras de la Universidad de Islandia en European Educational Research Journal a partir de datos recopilados en universidades de seis Read more…