Empowering Young Researchers Within the Post-Truth Era

Once or twice a year, core knowledge is covered at national and international level. At that occasion, young researchers have the opportunity to meet their peers and face the challenges of oral presentations and posters.

Nevertheless, secondary but critical aspects seem to be missing during these meetings. “Skills For Science” intends to tackle topics that do not emerge during conventional scientific congresses and to particularly empower young researchers.

Probity, misconducts, fraud, revoloving doors, science communication, social media are rarely the focus of a whole session and are at best addressed at the edge.

Inception of Skills For Science :

Four training topics developped in 2018


Module 1 : Publish or perish: a journey inside impact factor, reprocudibility and misconducts
Module 2 : Women of Science
Module 3 : Science collaboration
Module 4 : Social media and scientists: Is it worth the attention?


Quizz, videos, team exercices, over one day to small groups of 8 PhD Students


Educating young researchers to the complexity of science and expand their horizon via this new toolbox.
Partnership with universities and institutions to perform yearly this training.