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The international peer-reviewed journal "Global Change Biology - Bioenergy" has just published a paper authored by 15 of EASAC’s Environmental Experts on the serious mismatches between science and policy on forest...
New Working Group: “Harnessing the world’s academies to combat predatory academic journals and conferences”Tuesday, 13 August 2019
The InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) have issued a call for working group nominations to a planned IAP study, “Harnessing the world’s academies to combat predatory academic journals and conferences.”
The Royal Irish Academy congratulates Dr Sadhbh Lee on being identified as an Outstanding Young Physician Leader (YPL) by the InterAcademy Partnership (IAP)Tuesday, 13 August 2019
Dr Lee will now attend the 9th IAP YPL Programme taking place on 24-29 October 2019 in conjunction with the World Health Summit being held in Berlin, Germany, 27-29 October 2019.
The International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) recently held its 2019 Congress in the Dublin Convention Centre from 25-31 July.
Call for applications to attend the British Academy and the Royal Irish Academy's Knowledge Frontiers Symposium on Friday 31 January & Saturday 1 February 2020 in Dublin.
Since 1978 Wolf Prizes in the sciences and arts are awarded to outstanding artists and scientists with distinguished international careers for their achievements for the benefit of mankind and brotherly relations among...
This ALLEA/Royal Society Discussion Paper examines how a European approach to data governance can unlock the full potential of data-based technologies, while at the same time safeguarding European values.
A key conclusion of a new report entitled Transforming the Future of Ageing, published by SAPEA (Science Advice for Policy by European Academies) and led by the FEAM (Federation of European Academies of Medicine)...
The working group, through Ireland's Dr Cliona Murphy's leadership, will be submitting a statement on the status of climate change education in Europe to the European Commission.
A workshop to mark the launch of EASAC's report looking at climate action in Europe to protect human health and to highlight it's relevance in the Irish context.