Our association underlines the importance of framework conditions and sustainable funding which support co-creation practices and skillls to stimulate disruptive innovation throughout society.
Our association has adopted a position ‘Guiding principles for Global Framework for S&T Cooperation` offering four guiding principles for governments, international organisations and other partners to consider.
Joint statement from our association and those representing European universities, research performing organisations, research funding organisations, research libraries and repositories in Europe, calling for the exclusion of not-for-profit repositories, digital archives, and libraries from the obligations of the Digital Services Act (DSA).
White Paper on Successful implementation of Open Access strategies at Universities of Science & Technology
White paper on Open Access and conference papers in engineering disciplines
To discuss the importance of climate sustainability and share good practice, CESAER, the International Sustainable Campus Network, Science Europe, and the University of Strathclyde invited universities and national research performing and funding organisations to a ‘Net-Zero Transition’ Symposium on 8 November 2021, as a side event to COP26. The objective was to discuss how they could better work together for a climate-sustainable future, realising that the Net-Zero Transition is an enormously complex challenge that requires collaboration across all disciplines, communities, and institutions, and involves societies across the globe.
Our Board of Directors has adopted a position ‘Advancing the flagship initiatives of the European Strategy for Universities’, offering expertise and cooperation ahead of the Education, Youth, Culture and Sport Council of the EU meeting from 4 to 5 April.
Our Annual Report 2021 summarises our efforts to shape knowledge societies in Europe and beyond for a sustainable future.
On 24 January, CESAER, COAR and LIBER publish a joint statement to call upon the EU institutions to (i) acknowledge the unique position of the public research and education sectors in the provision of digital services and infrastructure directed towards the common good and (ii) provide for an overarching legal framework which reflects the unique context of the public research and education sectors and protects the objectives of scientific knowledge and technology generation, sharing and preservation.
Our association together with the Royal Academy of Engineering has today published our joint conference statement with foresight and strategic recommendations on key technologies.