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Meeting of selected EPS Member Societies in Bucharest

By David Lee. Published on 21 March 2017 in:
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During a session of the EPS Executive Committee, the Committee of European Integration of the European Physical Society (CEI-EPS) organised a meeting of physical societies of the EPS that are on the periphery of the European Union, or are members of the Balkan Physical Union. The purpose of the meeting was to share information among each of the societies and identify common issues affecting the societies and physics in their respective countries. Following the presentations, ideas for action by the EPS would be explored.

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Information from Liechtenstein 2016

By Cyril Deicha. Published on 24 January 2017 in:
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Electricity Museum

This year the Liechtenstein Scientific Society held its annual meeting in the premises of the “Lawena-Museum”.

That is an interesting Electricity Museum situated in the oldest hydro-electric Power Plant in Liechtenstein in the Lawena valley. Last Year Dr. Cyril Deicha donated hundreds of historic scientific, technical and didactic objects to complete the original collection of the museum. Now it is the largest collection of its kind in the region. In the summer the museum is open to the public on several weekends (www.lkw.li.)

Philatelics

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Norwegian Physicist meeting

By Ã…shild Fredriksen. Published on 24 January 2017 in:
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The Norwegian Physicist meeting will be held from 7–9 August 2017 in Tromsø, Norway.

The venue is the new Technology building, home of the Physics and Technology, and Engineering departments at University of Tromsø, The Arctic University of Norway.

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New guest house of the Physics Centre in Bad Honnef

By Gerhard Samulat. Published on 15 December 2015 in:
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EPS President has expressed his great appreciation for the new guest house of the Physics Centre in Bad Honnef, Germany, as a forum for international meetings and views it as a characteristic example that physics and research in general brings people together no matter what their nationality, colour, sex or religion.

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Meeting of Member Society Presidents

By David Lee. Published on 23 November 2015 in:
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On 2 October 2015, Christophe Rossel welcomed Presidents and representatives from 23 EPS Member societies to discuss and elaborate EPS actions on a European level in the coming years. In order to provide background and context, three introductory talks were provided.
T. Karapiperis, Head of Unit, EPRS | European Parliamentary Research Service, Scientific Foresight Unit (STOA), European Parliament presented Technology Assessment and Scientific Foresight in the European Parliament: STOA’s mission, structure and activities. The talk focused on the role of the STOA (Science and Technology Options Assessment), which is an interface between science and policy making. The STOA is an official body of the EU Parliament launched in 1987. It studies the medium to long term impact of science and technology on society. It is in the agenda setting phase of the science policy cycle.

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