Trieste, Italy: European City of Science, will host the EuroScience Open Forum, originally scheduled from 4 to 10 July, 2020, the event is now due to take place between 2-6 September 2020. The biennial pan-European meeting is dedicated to research and innovation – and the discovery of future directions in science.
Trieste, Italy: European City of Science 2020, will host the EuroScience Open Forum. Founded in 2004, the biennial pan-European meeting is dedicated to research and innovation and the discovery of future directions in the sciences, humanities and the social sciences.
As the programme unfurls we’ll be keeping you posted on events in which ICGEB will be taking part.
This page links to current initiatives and the video introducing ESOF2020.
Trieste has seen the development of important international and national research institutes for research, technology transfer and the dissemination of science, bringing to its shore a concentration of researchers among the highest in the world.
As a Central European city, Trieste will also work to make ESOF2020 an opportunity for strengthening links with Central and Eastern European scientists, businesses, politicians and citizens.
The Science and Innovation System of the Region Friuli Venezia Giulia (SIS FVG) that connects the scientific institutions of the region is collaborating with FIT to build up the scientific programme of the 2020 event and will involve Trieste’s leading scientists, researchers, entrepreneurs and innovators, policymakers, science and technology communicators and, naturally, the general public.
Previous editions of the EuroScience Open Forum have been held in:
- Toulouse 2018
- Manchester 2016
- Copenhagen 2014
- Dublin 2012
- Turin 2010
- Barcelona 2008
- Munich 2006
- Stockholm 2004
Click on the picture below to watch the introductory video:
Luca Braga PhD, Molecular Medicine and High Throughput Screening, ICGEB Trieste
InnoVibe Magazine: Trieste, city of Science and Innovation and the ESOF event of 2020