News & Events
— July 14, 2021

Oldest fossils of methane-cycling microbes expand frontiers of habitability on early Earth  EUROPLANET/UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA PRESS RELEASE A team of international researchers, led by the University of Bologna, has discovered the fossilised remains […]


— July 9, 2021

Entro il 23 Luglio 2021 è possibile applicare per richiedere il rimborso della quota di iscrizione al congresso EPSC2021 (nel caso di registrazione anticipata), nonché della quota per l’Abstract Processing […]


— July 7, 2021

EPSC 2021 Social Media and Media Internships – Call for Applications We are looking for members of the community that would be willing to support the Europlanet communication team during […]


— July 7, 2021

Calls for Europlanet Outreach Funding Scheme and Prize 2021 Are you looking for funding to kickstart an outreach or education project related to planetary science? Or have you run a […]


— July 7, 2021

L’Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI) chiama la comunità scientifica e industriale nazionale a presentare, in un evento interamente virtuale, lo stato dell’arte delle proprie attività di ricerca e sviluppo di tecnologie per […]


— June 30, 2021

Inspiring Stories – Roving with Rosalind In this EPEC Inspiring Outreach Story, Sara Motaghian, a doctoral student at the Natural History Museum (London), tells us about her experience organising ‘Roving […]


— June 22, 2021

Europlanet Partners Present… INAF Beneficiaries of the Europlanet 2024 Research Infrastructure (RI) project used the forum of the Europlanet Science Congress (EPSC) 2020 to present their activities and research on […]


— June 18, 2021

SuperLuna! Challenge: And the Winner is… The ‘supermoon’ on 26th May was the closest Full Moon of this year. To mark the occasion, Edu INAF and Europlanet challenged the public to observe […]


— June 17, 2021

The Commission has adopted the main work programme of Horizon Europe for the period 2021-2022, which outlines the objectives and specific topic areas that will receive a total of €14.7 billion […]


— June 17, 2021

The Open Space Innovation Platform (OSIP) is a website that enables the submission of novel ideas for space technology and applications.  The platform supports individuals, businesses, universities, organisations who wish to contribute to European space […]