A GLOBAL NETWORK OF RESEARCHERS

The Marie Curie Alumni Association was launched initially as a restricted-access web-site in 2012.  In November 2013, the first general meeting of registered users of this web-site was held in Brussels, this paved the way for the official creation of the MCAA as an AISBL (international not-for-profit association) under Belgian law on 7th February 2014.

MISSION

We support, and contribute to, the advancement of knowledge for a global, diverse, and informed society.

GOALS

Enhance the flow of knowledge across different countries, sectors of the economy, and scientific disciplines.

VISION

We envision a future in which knowledge will be used to benefit society.

STRATEGY

MCAA connects researchers throughout Europe, and around the world, to enable international transdisciplinary collaborations.

LATEST NEWS

Giorgio Parisi received the Wolf Prize for 2021

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TeamUp5G Workshop on Ethics and Inclusiveness for Telecommunications Engineers, March 2-4, 2021

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Mentor-mentee bond helps manage mental health during your PhD

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A Webinar On Perspective Of Team Coaching in H2020, MSCA, ITN projects.

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Next Generation Internet Explorers: new call

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Britain will launch global student exchange programme - TURING

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BREXIT Deal - Participation in Horizon Europe foreseen

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An upside to COVID anxiety - being and feeling well is also possible

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Join the club! It’s all about mentorship, friendship, networking and professional advancement

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MCAA leaving Facebook

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TOMORROW IS ,,,,, Researchers Night - Your Night!

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EuroScience asks you about diversity, inclusion and work culture NOW

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PHD POSITION IN EPIGENETICS

Interested in cutting-edge epigenetics research?

The lab of Philipp Rathert (Biochemistry Department, University Stuttgart) is recruiting a PhD student for a project focused on molecular epigenetics. You will work on a highly collaborative project and you will…