SciDF says goodbye

With great sadness, all of us who make up Scientist Dating Forum team close this period.

During these years, we have contributed to raise awareness about the importance of research for social development.
We have very much enjoyed each of the actions carried out, and we hope that other entities continue with this task that is so necessary today,
such as involving science, politics and citizens in actions that transform our society. 

We say goodbye, but we do not disappear.
You can find the contact details of each of us in the description of the SciDF LinkedIn.
We would love to create new synergies with you!

Thank you very much for following us. It has been an immense pleasure to be part of the change. 

Our main objective is to raise awareness about the importance of science as a driver for change.

By involving in the reflection process the scientific, political, economic and third sector sectors of the society to promote research, innovation and a knowledge-based society.


We want politicians to get more involved and to recognize science as a priority for the well-being of citizens. Hence our actions and debates on topics connecting science with the political sphere.


We want researchers to take action and explore beyond academia. Hence our projects related to employment, promotion, and our round tables about other approaches to science as new professions in the field.


We want citizens to become accomplices of the scientific process so that they understand that science has an impact on their lives, even when it is not obvious. Hence our actions in the field of citizen science.

People Reached

SciDF Actions

Check out the SciDF Report 2018-19

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 Career workshops: public scientific speaking, and mental health in PhDs.
 Promoting your activities to reach scientists.
 Networking with the research sector.

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