The Academy has joined with the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the Learned Society of Wales to issue a joint statement in response to the recently announced UK government student controls.
Experts are now sought to serve on a working group tasked with developing a statement on Urbanization in Low and Middle Income Countries
Great Medical Promises Threatened by Booming Miracle Cures and Undue Pressure to Gain Fast-Track ApprovalsFriday, 5 June 2020
A new report by the European Academies of Science and Medicine on Regenerative Medicine calls upon European lawmakers to protect biomedical science from false claims.
A new project being led by the Korean Academy of Science and Technology will develop a statement on the protection of marine environments.
This new EASAC commentary entitled 'How can science help to guide the European Union’s green recovery after COVID-19?' discusses how science can help to guide the European Union’s green recovery after COVID-19.
According to the report entitled 'A Snapshot of Climate Change Education Initiatives in Europe' more of a focus is needed on mitigation, adaptation, and climate justice.
Royal Irish Academy calls for an enhanced Irish science advice system.
A blog post by Professor Máirín Nic Eoin, MRIA on the use of the Irish language in this time of acute crisis. Professor Nic Eoin hopes that the Irish language and the language community can continue to inspire...
In 2016, the Academy gave consideration to the position of higher education and research within central government in Ireland and considered the potential benefits of introducing a Minister for High Education.
Call for Nominations: experts needed to represent International Science Council on an international alliance around COVID-19 educationThursday, 14 May 2020
This project will look at the world-wide educational challenges caused by the COVID-19 crisis and how innovations and technologies can help educational institutions moving forward
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