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2022 Stanisław Lem European Research Prize

Invitation to young scientists to take part in the second edition of the international competition for Stanisław Lem European Research Prize, organized by the Wrocław University of Science and Technology.
Deadline: 30 September 2022.

Professor Celal Sengör supported by Academia Europaea

Academia Europaea issues a statement in support of Prof. Celâl Şengör from the Istanbul Technical University (İTÜ).

SAPEA Crisis Management Report

Announcement of SAPEA's publication of the second evidence review report of the year.

Grants for refugees from Ukraine

Grants for refugees from Ukraine, formerly employed in scientific institutions - for scientists, scholars and doctors fleeing the war in Ukraine

Support for Ukraine

Read the statements by Academia Europaea in support of the Ukraine.

Futures4Europe Platform and the Ukraine war

Call for participation in the Futures4Europe's foresight study on the Ukraine War and its Implications.

After the new normal

Scenarios for Europe in the post Covid-19 world.
Read a new publication about the possible futures of 2040 for the EU emerging from the crisis of the pandemic, as possible contexts for EU R&I.

Stick to Science

The Academia Europaea strongly supports the initiative “Stick to Science” proposed by ETH Zurich, EPFL, Universities UK (the association of 140 universities in the UK) and the Wellcome Trust. The Academy encourages our individual members to sign up to the initiative.

2022 International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development

The International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development spotlights the links between the basic sciences and the Sustainable Development Goals.

Leiden European City of Science 2022

Academia Europaea congratulates the City of Leiden - the “European City of Science 2022”. The city will be a venue for a 365-day science festival packed with activities, lectures, workshops, excursions, exhibitions, and events.

Improving cancer screening in the European Union

Read the new SAPEA Evidence Review Report recommending improvements to existing screening programmes for cervical cancer, breast cancer and colorectal cancer.


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