Testimonial Our four Early Stage Researchers in the NeoGel project got an insight into EU and other funding opportunities and benefited from accelopment`s many years of experience in European and other grants.
Prof. Andreas Heise
REFINE & NeoGel Project Coordinator, NanoCarb Project Partner
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland RCSI, Ireland

Science communication training preparatory questionnaire

Transferable skills prep questionnaire - Science communication

To help us customise the science communication training session to best fit your needs please complete the questionnaire below.

Have you received any training in science communication so far? If yes, please briefly list them below and include the learning outcomes you gained from these. *
Have you organised or participated in any science communication activities so far? If yes, please briefly describe them below. *
Are you familiar with video creation and video editing tools? If yes, please tell us what type of videos and which tools you've used. *

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Grant Advice

The first step to a successful project is to identify the most appropriate funding programme for your idea. From Horizon Europe, to EUREKA and national fundings, we can help you.



Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) doctoral candidates explained

Horizon Europe brought many changes to the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) scheme. As the term Early Stage Researcher (ESR) is no longer used and the rules have changed, we summarise the key conditions for the recruitment of doctoral candidates in a MSCA Doctoral Network (DN).



My passion for science and communication brought me from the lab to accelopment Switzerland, where I enjoy helping researchers transform ideas into concrete progress.

Dr. Emily Rose Ciscato
Project Manager Communications