An overview of the latest COST news releases.

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12 January 2010 | General
COST Customer Satisfaction Survey 2009

The second Customer Satisfaction Survey emphasises COST’s important role within the European science community and its support for young researchers.

05 January 2010 | General
Chemistry Made Fun

COST scientists from the University of Nottingham have developed a periodic table of videos depicting each chemical element in a fun and interactive way.

08 December 2009 | General, ESSEM
COP15 Welcomes COST to Copenhagen

An exciting line-up of activities involving COST is set to take place at the COP15 Conference.

04 December 2009 | General
Making it Work: COST Family Friendly Policy

A recent decision from the CSO focuses on early stage researchers and their families.

02 December 2009 | General
Higher Education Takes Centre Stage at next COST Seminar

The COST December seminar focuses on higher education and the European Research Area, with a guest speaker from the European University Association - Research and Innovation

17 November 2009 | General
Climate Change in front of the Lens

Watch a short film on air quality and climate change produced by participants in COST Action C23 Strategies for a Low Carbon Built Environment.

12 November 2009 | General, FPS
Register for COST Paper Week Webinar

COST is excited to participate in this year's Paper Week. An exploratory workshop of the future needs of the paper industry is taking place on 17 November 2009. If you can't make it, you can follow discussions straight from your desktop.

09 November 2009 | General
Swiss COST Day 2009

The significance and impact of COST was the theme of the Swiss COST Day 2009 that took place at the College of Engineering and Architecture, Fribourg, Switzerland on 21 October 2009.

05 November 2009 | General
Striking a Balance in the Gender Debate

In its support for gender equality in research, COST hosted a training session on increasing women’s participation in science and promoting the gender dimension into research proposals.

09 October 2009 | General
COST News No 14 - October 2009


The 14th issue of the COST Office e-newsletter is now available.

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