On 8 March, women are celebrated around the world for the contribution they make to society. COST firmly supports women's invaluable role in science and technology, for true gender equality in the research environments. Follow the latest developments of genderSTE, COST's targeted network on gender, science, technology and environment; and gain an insight of COST's involvement in last November's European Gender Summit through our videos.
Universities, research institutes and organisations all over the world have come together to celebrate 2013 as a special year for the Mathematics of Planet Earth (MPE). On 5 March 2013 UNESCO will hold an MPE Day in Paris to raise awareness of what Mathematics can do for the Planet.
COST Action IS0702, a COST-funded research network on 'The Role of the EU in UN Human Rights Reform', carried out joint research activities on the achievements, gaps and weaknesses of the UN human rights protection mechanisms as well as the contribution of the EU and its Member States in strengthening these mechanisms. On 28 January 2013 the COST Action presented its results and recommendations to EU policy-makers.
13 February has been officially recognised by UNESCO as World Radio Day. Join COST in celebrating the science behind, and connected to, the 'Radio'.
05 February 2013 | General, ISCH, ICT
Safer Internet Day
Safer Internet Day 2013 takes places on Tuesday 5 February. The theme for the day is 'Online rights and responsibilities', encouraging users to 'Connect with respect'. COST contributes through supporting research networks on Privacy Protection in Multimedia Content, Cyberbullying and Hardware Security.
This is the question that COST, in collaboration with Knowledge4Innovation, sought to answer during a successful debate in the European Parliament on 29 January 2012.
The European Commission has launched an action plan to support entrepreneurs and revolutionise entrepreneurial culture in Europe. COST supports SME involvement in European programmes and will open a dialogue on this topic during a dinner debate in the European Parliament on 29 January.
The COST targeted network ‘genderSTE’ led a topical debate on gender equality in science and technology at the latest European Gender Summit. The summit’s report, recommendations and photo gallery are now available...
Did you miss the COST Science Night, or were you there and would like to see more of it? The video highlights and photo gallery are now online...
Delegates at the EuroMed2012 conference pleaded that cultural heritage research and innovation in all its aspects should be explicitly included in Horizon 2020.