Food lies at the heart of our lives but our food system is unsustainable. How can we ensure future food security without treating people unfairly or leaving them behind?
The Royal Irish Academy is pleased to have collaborated with the British Academy, the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the Learned Society of Wales to publish an explainer that outlines the role that European Structural...
The Royal Irish Academy is delighted to announce the Election of Brian Norton, MRIA, as the new Policy and International Relations Officer.
A new statement from ALLEA in relation to the European Open Science Cloud.
The International Science Council call for reviewers for report on hazard terminology.
The InterAcademy Partnership is urging countries to collaborate, use and share science-based information, and help the developing world.
The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) and the Royal Irish Academy (RIA) collaborated to offer a joint submission to the Scottish and Irish Governments’ 2020 Strategic Review of Irish-Scottish relations.
TÜBA Academy Prizes are awarded to scientists with original, leading and path-breaking works in their fields.
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.
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