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Lord Martin Rees delivering the Erasmus lecture (Cardiff, June 2016)
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Networking at the AE Annual Conference (Cardiff, June 2016)
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CUBRIC, home to the Academia Europaea Cardiff Knowledge Hub
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CUBRIC, home to the Academia Europaea Cardiff Knowledge Hub
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The AE Annual Conference (Cardiff, June 2016)
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Cardiff Hub Academic Director Professor Ole Petersen at AE’s 30th anniversary celebrations (The Royal Society, Sept 2018)
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Members of Academia Europaea in the Kohn Centre (The Royal Society, Sept 2018)

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Founded in 1988, Academia Europaea now has almost 4000 members, including more than 70 Nobel laureates. Our members are leading scientists and scholars who collectively promote excellence in research, learning and education in all fields of scholarship. Academia Europaea operates through a network of regional knowledge hubs in Barcelona, Bergen, Cardiff, Tbilisi and Wroclaw. The Cardiff Hub aims to:

  • Play a key role in providing high-quality advice for policymaking in Europe
  • Showcase our region’s outstanding research to Europe and the rest of the world
  • Offer an exciting programme of workshops and events on key issues in international research encouraging inter-disciplinary dialogue