A new Science Hub in ESRIN

ESA has recently opened a new scientific facility, the Science Hub, which offers new opportunities for collaborative research to further boost the Agency’s and its Member States scientific output.

Focusing on Earth system science, it fosters open science, maximises the scientific impacts of the family of Earth Explorers and the Copernicus Sentinel missions, enhances the scientific outputs of FutureEO, and advances the scientific basis of Digital Twin Earth.

Located at ESA’s centre for Earth Observation near Rome in Italy, ESRIN, it is a space to bring people together, a place to nurture networking and collaboration after all the challenges of recent years.

Read more about the new-born facility and the currently open opportunities for post-docs to be part of it.