The fifth paper in our Briefing Series, ‘Science advice at times of crisis: what role for universities and academies?’ is available now.
At our webinar on 25th April 2022, an expert panel, representing six international policy engagement networks, came together to discuss what we are learning about science advice at times of crisis, and the role of such networks. 130 joined the ‘live’ webinar, from 28 countries across the world. This briefing is a summary of ideas discussed at the webinar. You can watch a recording of the webinar on our YouTube channel.
This event was a partnership between Universities Policy Engagement Network (UPEN), Academia Europaea, Advancing Research Impact in Society (ARIS), Research Impact Canada, South African Higher Education Community Engagement Forum (SAHECEF), and Science Advice for Policy by European Academies (SAPEA). The webinar was a linked event to Science Advice under Pressure.
About our Briefing Series
The AE Cardiff Briefing Series has been developed to complement AE Cardiff’s webinar series. Each paper will summarise key points of discussion at each of our webinars, with the aim of providing a useful resource on the topic.
Other papers in the series
- Biodegradable plastics: how do we engage with consumers and society?
- Research integrity: how can we support and protect early-career researchers in cases of alleged scientific misconduct?
- Digital Media in crisis situations: Rethinking their role and function
- Diamond Open Access model: what impact on research?