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EASAC’s latest report shows that fundamental and systemic reforms are required along the whole value chain, in order to slow and reverse damage to the environment, biodiversity and ultimately risks to human health.
The current EU rules on genetically modified organisms (GMO) are not fit for purpose anymore, leading scientists warn in a newly released EASAC commentary.
Next month ALLEA, EASAC and FEAM will start a joint project on international health data transfer for research.
This report provides key recommendations to make digital data in the humanities “Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable”
To mark the latest SAPEA report, the Academy recently held a workshop with a high-level panel of experts.
The Turin Academy of Sciences invites nominations for their scientific prizes.
Nominations are now being welcomed for the 2020 Balzan Prizes.
The Scientific Committee of the Louis-Jeantet Foundation is actively searching for nominations for the 2021 Louis-Jeantet Prizes.
The prize will be awarded during ALLEA’s General Assembly in London on 4 June 2020.
The European National Academies of Sciences warn of the serious mismatches between science and policy on forest bioenergy.