Recently elected Member of Academia Europaea, Professor Peter Hegyi, provides an insight into the importance of Translational Medicine and tells us what he hopes to accomplish through his Frontiers in Translational Medicine Workshop which will be held at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in Budapest, Hungary in September 2019.
In our latest interview, we ask Professor Theo D’haen MAE, Professor of American Literature, at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven about his career highlights, the relevance of his research, the role of international collaboration in research and his thoughts on Plan S.
We are delighted to interview Professor Rosalind L Smyth MAE about her work as a clinician and academic at the UCL Great Ormond St Institute of Child Health, her commitment to Open Access and her views on gender equality in science.
In our latest interview, we have the privilege of talking to Astronomer Royal Professor Martin Rees, The Lord Rees of Ludlow, OM, FRS, FREng, FMedSci, FBA (Hon). The internationally renowned cosmologist and astrophysicist talks about how to successfully engage the public with science and gives us an insight into his latest book On the Future: Prospects for Humanity.
Juliet Davies asks Member of Academia Europaea, Professor Christopher Smith, to share his most noteworthy professional experiences, to explain how his research relates to modern society and to tell us more about Sovereignty: a global perspective which is taking place in April 2019.
As the second in our series of interviews with Members of Academia Europaea, Juliet Davies asks Professor John Tucker to share his professional highlights and what being an Member of Academia Europaea means to him.
As the first in a new series of interviews with Members of Academia Europaea connected with the Cardiff Knowledge Hub, Louise Edwards asks Professor Ole Petersen CBE FMedSci FLSW MAE ML FRS, to share highlights of his life and career.