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.
A non-technical summary of an EASAC report, European Public Health and Innovation Policy for Infectious Disease: The View from EASAC.
This 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 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.
To: Friday, 24 April 2020
Professor Rose Anne Kenny MRIA and Professor Richard Reilly MRIA discuss the SAPEA report on ageing and what it means for Ireland.
To: Thursday, 04 June 2020
The Royal Irish Academy along with its sister academies in the UK will host the ALLEA General Assembly 2020, 3-4 June in London.