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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.
European Scientific Advice Mechanism evidence review on the topic Biodegradability of plastics in the open environment.Friday, 13 December 2019
Call for nominations for an international working group to conduct the evidence review.
The newly created Kate O'Brien research prize focuses on relations between Ireland and Spain with a subject devoted to literature and/or women and gender perspective.
Preliminary findings from the ALLEA Climate Change Education Survey are being presented at COP25 by Dr Cliona Murphy.
The Academy is inviting feedback on the role of museums in Ireland.
The Royal Irish Academy represented at the InterAcademy Partnership Young Physician Leaders ProgrammeThursday, 5 December 2019
The Academy’s nominee, Dr Sadhbh Lee, University Hospital Galway, recently participated in the Young Physician Leaders Programme in Berlin.