Unite! launches three pilot projects to promote university social engagement
Unite! works for the dissemination of science with young people, citizen science projects and joint service learning activities or living lab initiatives.
Unite! works for the green transformation of Ukrainian universities
Following the initiative of Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Unite! has invited seven universities from Ukraine to collaborate
Free webinar training series on research data management and open science
Our objective is to enhance open science competencies in the partner universities and wider in the society. Aalto University’s Research Data Management Network and Data Agents organise a free webinar training series on research data management and open science to everyone and invite researchers, students and service staff from Unite! universities to take part. Aalto’s Data Agents are a group of research-oriented Aalto employees who support researchers and students in questions related to research data management. In the past academic year, the training series attracted already more than 2,800 registrations. Webinar topics include e.g. legal aspects of research data, reproducibility of science, responsible conduct of research, and current trends in academic publishing.
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Unite! Smart Cities by and for the citizen
During the European Researchers' Night on 30 September, 2022 Unite! organised an open webinar "Smart Cities by and for the citizens".
All EU member states and 12 associated countries have been selected to join the ambitious goal to develop Climate City Contracts, which will include an overall plan for climate neutrality across all sectors such as energy, buildings, waste management and transport, together with related investment plans. In total, 100 cities have been selected to join this transition. This process will involve citizens, research organisations and the private sector.
Learn about the transition to sustainable and climate-neutral cities by 2030 from our researchers from six different European countries. See the agenda of the event here.