As part of our interview series with members of Academia Europaea, Professor Christopher Smith, Professor of Ancient History at the University of St Andrews, kindly shares his professional experiences, insights into his research and tells us more about Sovereignty: a global perspective which is taking place in April 2019.
On 6th November, the Academia Europaea Cardiff Knowledge Hub hosted an Asthma UK meeting, Curing and Preventing asthma; where do we go next? The meeting, held at the Hadyn Ellis Building, Cardiff University, was chaired by Academia Europaea member and Founder Chair of the Clinical & Veterinary Section of Academia Europaea, Professor Stephen Holgate CBE MAE.
The Cardiff Hub was delighted to be at the Swansea Science Festival 2018 on 3-4 November to promote the Food from the Oceans SAPEA report’s key messages. Louise Edwards, Cardiff Hub Manager, was at the event to support two exhibitions within the Aqua Sphere. We collaborated with Dr Ruth Callaway’s Marine Explorers activities on “Protecting our oceans and combatting climate change!” and with Dr Sara Barrento on the SMARTAQUA stand, “The sea is our Fishmonger”.
Our latest expert panel debate, Science for policy: a European perspective, took place at Swansea University on 4th September. The post-event report is now available.
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The Cardiff Hub was delighted to be one of the invited guests to the opening of a new art exhibition at the Norwegian Church in Cardiff Bay. Prisoner of War is the work of Bergen artist Bodil Friele and draws on wartime experiences of her father, recorded in his notebooks and poems. He was in a Halifax bomber plane shot down near Hamburg in 1943 and spent the rest of the war in a Nazi POW camp.
Academia Europaea’s 30th annual conference will be held in Barcelona from 28th – 29th November.
Armenia’s National Academy of Science, now officially named the National Academy of Sciences Republic of Armenia (NASRA), was established in 1943 and celebrated its 75th Anniversary on 17th and 18th October.
On Monday 24th September, more than 80 members of Academia Europaea (MAEs) gathered at the Royal Society in London to mark the Academia Europaea’s 30th anniversary.
Following the first introductory meeting on 11th September, the second working group meeting of our latest SAPEA project Making sense of science under conditions of complexity and uncertainty took place on 29th October at the prestigious Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities.