Our grassroots community is composed of scientists, policy makers and concerned citizens with an interest in the interface between society and science.
Participatory magazines such as EuroScientist facilitate the sharing of views among community members. This gives our community a platform to debate topical issues beyond the established media. Such pan-European debate is not only healthy, but it is essential for shaping tomorrow’s world.
To make this pan-European debate more lively, EuroScientist offers Special Issue which are a collection of several articles.
Your articles will be published on our visited by around 10,000 people monthly. In addition, they will be diffused to our 37,000+ newsletter subscribers and shared several times on EuroScientist social media to our thousand of followers.
Every specialissue request will be considered by EuroScientist Editorial Board.
The followingconditions will have to be met:
- The articlesof the special issue should be written in a journalistic style and should notcontain promotional or advertising content.
- The topic ofthe special issue should be in line with EuroScientist’s readers interests andfits within our eight main focuses: science policy, funding, science in society, scientists’ careers, responsible science, ethics, innovation and scientists’ lifestyle.
- The articlesand the special issue must to be in line with EuroScience’s ethics charter.
It is possible to choose the date for which the articles of the special issue will be published.
The name, logo and link to your company will be visible at the very beginning of the posts, in addition to potential links within the article.
Please seetable below
|Number of articles per Special Issue||Costs|
|1 article||300 EUR (see sponsored post)|
|3 articles||750 EUR|
|5 articles||1200 EUR|
|10 articles||2300 EUR|
Contact us at office (at) euroscientist.com if you are interested.