An overview of the latest COST news releases.

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15 April 2010 | General
COST News No 16 - March 2010

The 16th issue of the COST Office e-newsletter is now available.

06 April 2010 | General, ESSEM, FA
Let’s talk climate change!

Following the debates held at COP15 in December 2009, COST science officers discuss the impacts of climate change and the path towards sustainable development on the world’s first Internet broadcaster dedicated entirely to climate change issues.

19 March 2010 | General, BMBS, CMST, ESSEM, FA, FPS, ISCH, ICT, MPNS, TUD, President
COST switches to .eu!

COST is delighted to announce its new website address: COST has opted to set up a customised and easy-to-remember Internet address, reflecting its dynamic and pan-European identity.

03 February 2010 | General, BMBS
How to Protect Your Healthy Cells from Transforming into Cancer Cells

Every year 3.2 million Europeans are diagnosed with cancer, a figure that is expected to rise due to the aging European population. The good news is that approximately 40% of cancers are potentially preventable.

26 January 2010 | General
Giving Science the Attention it Deserves

COST Action Chairs and Vice Chairs who could not attend the science communication training course at Technopolis now have the chance to take part in a second edition at the Arctic Centre in Finland.

20 January 2010 | General
COST News No 15 - January 2010


The 15th issue of the COST Office e-newsletter is now available.

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.

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