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Beyond Research is a European not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting research outreach and engagement in society to achieve greater impact, collaboration, and acceptance among relevant stakeholders.

We bring together experts and member organisations from grassroot science engagement initiatives across Europe as well as communication, dissemination, and exploitation professionals with a long experience in both national and European research and innovation projects (FP7, Horizon 2020).


We address all scientific areas, with special focus on research contributing to the United Nations’ sustainable development goals.

Beyond Research was created in 2020 and is headquartered in Brussels, Belgium.

Our network


Beyond Research members are well established civil society actors active in science engagement and outreach. Together, they act as a valuable pool of expertise and enable access to existing audiences and communities of followers across Europe, both of which can be mobilised in joint projects. Interested in membership? Contact us!


Pint of Science

Pint of Science is the world's largest science festival, with chapters in 29 countries and 140.000+ participants each year. 


Société Astronomique de France

The French Astronomical Society promotes the development and practice of astronomy for all. 


On the Moon Again!

On the Moon Again is a worldwide event enabling people to discover the Moon through an astronomical telescope, right from the corner of the street 

Our Team


Elodie Chabrol


Elodie has a PhD in Neurogenetics from Paris Descartes University and has been pursuing research as a postdoc at UCL, London, where she got involved in the creation of the Pint of Science festival, before founding the French chapter of the festival in 2014.  Four years later, she decided to leave research to become a full-time science communicator, while at the same time taking on the role of International Director for Pint of Science. 


She is passionate about helping scientists to share their love of science with the public, and believes a tardigrade emoji is worth a thousand words.

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Guillaume Corradino


Guillaume has a degree in European policies and has been managing EU funded research and capacity building projects in Brussels since 2009, focusing largely on environmental, energy and transport topics. On his spare time, he co-founded the Belgian chapter of international grassroot festival Pint of Science to further help bring exciting science to citizens. 

Spreadsheet nerd who still believes he can become an astronaut when he grows up.

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Marie Treibert

The Artist

Marie is a science popularizer and creator of the YouTube channel and blog “La Boite à curiosités” (The Box of Curiosities). When she is not dressed as a tardigrade or a slug for her own channel, she works as author and presenter of the French National Centre for Scientific Research’s YouTube channel (CNRS) to promote French research with accessible and humorous video content.  Graduate from a high school of art and craft, Marie is an all round artist who is ready to make use of any medium to put science in the spotlight! 

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