Our latest expert panel debate, Science for policy: a European perspective, took place at Swansea University on 4th September. Our venue was The Great Hall on the impressive new Bay Campus, an exciting 65-acre development.
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As part of our interview series with members of Academia Europaea, Professor John Tucker, Professor of Computer Science at Swansea University, generously shares his professional highlights and talks about what being an MAE means to him.
AE Cardiff Knowledge Hub is pleased to welcome our new Executive Officer to the team, Juliet Davies.
Juliet joined the AE Cardiff Hub in June from Cardiff University’s School of Medicine where she was an Executive Officer for 5 years.
AE’s President and Trustees have written an open letter on the importance of securing a strong and fully participative association agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union for Science and Technology in the post-BREXIT era.
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Sierd Cloetingh, President of Academia Europaea, and Ole H Petersen, Vice-President of Academia Europaea and director of the Cardiff Hub, have sent a letter to the Hungarian Minister of Innovation and Technology, Mr László Palkovics, in support of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (MTA).
Based on its own initiative, the European Commission Group of Chief Scientific Advisors has adopted the topic Making sense of science under conditions of complexity and uncertainty to address policymakers using scientific advice within the European Commission.
Professor Graham Hutchings of Cardiff University and Member of Academia Europaea (MAE), is one of the authors of the newly-published evidence review report, Novel carbon capture and utilisation technologies: research and climate aspects. Professor Hutchings was selected as one of the working group members that produced the report for the European Commission.
Louise Edwards, Hub Manager, represented SAPEA (Science Advice for Policy by European Academies) and Academia Europaea at a high-profile event held at the Lisbon Academy of Sciences on 23rd May. The meeting brought together a number of Portuguese experts to examine the Food from the Oceans reports, published through the European Commission’s Scientific Advice Mechanism last November.