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King's College London, 3rd - 6th July 2010

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European Science Foundation

The European Science Foundation (ESF) provides a platform for its Member Organisations to advance science and explore new directions for research at the European level.  It is an independent, non-governmental organisation, the members of which are 80 national funding agencies, research-performing agencies, academies and learned societies from 30 countries.

The strength of ESF lies in the influential membership and in its ability to bring together the different domains of European science in order to meet the challenges of the future.

Since its establishment in 1974, ESF, which has its headquarters in Strasbourg with offices in Brussels and Ostend, has assembled a host of organisations that span all disciplines of science, to create a common platform for cross-border cooperation in Europe.

ESF is dedicated to promote collaboration in scientific research, funding of research and science policy across Europe. Through its activities and instruments ESF has made major contributions to science in a global context. The ESF covers the following scientific domains:

  • Humanities
  • Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
  • Medical Sciences
  • Physical and Engineering Sciences
  • Social Sciences
  • Marine Sciences
  • Nuclear Physics
  • Polar Sciences
  • Radio Astronomy Frequencies
  • Space Sciences

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