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EU-LIFE institutes actively combating COVID-19

It has now been more than a year since the start of the Coronavirus outbreak. Facing this global healthcare crisis, EU-LIFE members have been working actively in combating coronavirus. Here, we highlight some examples of EU-LIFE institutes’ research activities.

Raising awareness and offering accessible information on vaccines

Misinformation and disinformation on COVID-19 vaccine are spreading fast leading to a large number of people still skeptical and refusing to get vaccinated. This is why many EU-LIFE’s institutes have been reinforcing outreach activities to offer scientifically-based information to the general public on vaccines in an understandable way.

We are hiring! EU-LIFE Communications Officer

We are looking for a Communications Officer to join EU-LIFE team. This is a great opportunity to work on an international alliance dedicated to the improvement of life sciences research through science policy and sharing practices in research governance.

2020 in a nutshell

2020 was definitely a landmark year. Find out our 2020 highlights in European science policy, Institutional practice and expertise and in EU-LIFE strategy.

Dirk Inzé, Director of the Center for Plant Systems Biology of EU-LIFE member VIB, appointed to the ERC Scientific Council

With Nektarios Tavernarakis, Research Director at the Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (IMBB-FORTH), Vice-President of the European Research Council, and Geneviève Almouzni, honorary director of the Research Center of the Institut Curie, there are now three leading scientists of EU-LIFE institutes appointed active members of the ERC Scientific Council.