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Last week took place the Transformation Lab, hosted by the University of Western Brittany. The Transformation Lab consisted of a series of hybrid and face-to-face activities aiming at understanding how researchers working for the European University of the Seas engage with their surrounding stakeholders and improving the environmental, socio-economic sustainability of their educational and research […]

  Last Wednesday 27 April Dr Ritienne Gauci (University of Malta) led a virtual lecture on open science theory and practice. The event, though mainly aiming at the Open Science Ambassadors of the SEA-EU Alliance, was open to the public and provided an opportunity for stakeholders external to the SEA-EU Alliance to grasp the ambitions […]

Last 26 April the Transformation Lab, organized by the University of Western Brittany (UBO), kicked off in Brest. In this event, researchers and stakeholders from all partners of the European University of the Seas (SEA-EU) joined to discuss on the main challenges for sustainable research and the future of the socio-ecosystems around all partner universities […]

The values of open science in terms of accessibility, research scrutiny, and data transparency are important ethical values that all scientists should aspire to achieve. But how open can and should research be? How is it affecting emerging power relations between academia, business and government within which knowledge is produced and consumed? Join this SEA-EU […]

  Last Wednesday 30 March the Open Science Ambassadors of the European University of the Seas (SEA-EU) held the first video meeting after the Staff Week on Open Science that took place in Malta in January.   The role of the Open Science Ambassadors (OSA) consists of the dissemination and mainstreaming of open science practices […]

  Join us live tomorrow 28 January 2022 at 10 a.m. for the opening session of the SEA-EU Anti-Fragility Think-Tank.   During this meeting, AFTT members will discuss the pandemic’s impact on: – research-based education and observations on the responses from universities, – research and scientific studies in general and – cooperation with key stakeholders, […]

Kiel University (CAU) is certified partner in the BMBF-funded “Young Entrepreneurs in Science” (YES) project of the Falling Walls Foundation gGmbH Berlin. The target group are doctoral researchers and postdocs of all disciplines without startup experience who would like to gain first insights into the topic.  After hosting three successful workshops in 2020 and 2021, the Center for Entrepreneurship […]

  How do European universities engage citizens, non-governmental organisations, public authorities and other societal actors in their research?   This brochure compiles the experiences and the practices of the six universities Brest, Cadiz, Gdańsk, Kiel, Malta and Split.   It becomes clear that involvement of stakeholders may not be just an additional burden for scientists, […]

During times when fully remote work arrangements were imposed, were there any good practices you could highlight?   What is your top challenge in working remotely?   Is it easier or harder to set up remote work arrangements considering your research focus, and why is that so?   These are some of the questions that […]

  Last week, the team leading Open Science activities in reSEArch-EU met in Valleta to discuss the organization of the Staff Week on Open Science, which will be held from 24 to 26 January 2022 in the University of Malta.   In this Staff Week, representatives from all partners of the SEA-EU Alliance will kick […]