Jaishree Subrahmaniam and Marija Mitic on Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions

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Marie Skłowdowska-Curie Fellowships, administered by the European Union, are some of the world’s most prestigious academic fellowships, supporting researchers from all disciplines and at all stages of their careers. But alongside the fellowship programmes are a growing number of actions designed to help researchers to interact with policymakers, from both the MSCA programme and the Alumni Association that has grown up around it. In this episode, Marija Mitic and Jaishree Subrahmaniam discuss their science-for-policy work and the challenges faced by early-career researchers.

=== Resources mentioned in this episode ===

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions: https://marie-sklodowska-curie-action…

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