As part of our interview series with members of Academia Europaea, we were delighted to talk to Astronomer Royal Lord Martin Rees. The internationally renowned cosmologist and astrophysicist discusses ways to successfully engage the public with science and gives us an insight into his latest book On the Future: Prospects for Humanity.
The Academia Europaea has today issued a statement supporting the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
Read about our recent activities, events and the latest developments in the Hub’s Winter 2019 Newsletter.
The Cardiff Hub’s Annual Report 2018 is now available. The report sets out our key achievements in 2018 in the context of our five priorities in our Strategic Plan 2016-2019.
Our 30th anniversary poster is now available to download. Learn all about our fascinating history and how we have grown into the academy we are today.
On 11th January 2019, Prof Ole Petersen, Academic Director AE Cardiff Hub and Vice President Academia Europaea, handed over a new SAPEA (Science Advice for Policy by European Academies) report to the European Commission Group of Chief Scientific Advisors (GCSA) on behalf of the SAPEA Board. Prof Petersen was representing Prof Sierd Cloetingh, President Academia Europaea and Chair of the SAPEA Board, who attended the expert workshop the previous day.
The Cardiff Hub’s 30th anniversary reception, held on 14th January, featured a lively discussion on Plan S, an initiative for open-access science publishing. Plan S was launched in September 2018 by an international consortium of research funders, cOAlition S, supported by the ERC and launched by Science Europe.
Prof Ole Petersen, the Hub’s Academic Director, and Dr Mangala Srinivas, Chair Young Academy of Europe (YAE), introduced the topic, followed by audience discussion.
Continuing the Academia Europaea’s 30th anniversary celebrations into 2019, the Cardiff Hub held its own celebration on Monday 14th January.