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Libri Literary Prize

Katalin Kariko receives the prestigious Libri Literary Prize for her brilliant memoirs “Breaking Through: My life in Science”.

Hungarian Corvin Chain

Outstanding Hungarian award to Katalin Karikó and Ferenc Krausz.

Diversifying Academia Europaea’s membership

Following the latest nomination cycle, our Graz Information Centre shares insights into Academia Europaea's nomination statistics.

Developing a Guideline for Effective Policy Impact

Members of the Life Sciences class are invitated to collaborate on developing a Guideline for Effective Policy Impact.
Deadline: 27 June 2024.

Defending democracy in Europe

The European Group on Ethics has published its latest Statement, in response to a request by EC Vice-President Dubravka Šuica. The Statement has been informed by a literature review conducted by the Cardiff AE Hub and Library Services.

Bridging science and society

Read an interview with Prof. Péter Hegyi, the new Academic Director of the Budapest Knowledge Hub.

The Edinburgh Companion to the New European Humanities

A new publication edited by Prof. Rosi Braidotti, member of the Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies section of Academia Europaea (together with Hiltraud Casper-Hehne, Marjan Ivković and Daan F. Oostveen).

Academia Europaea members elected to the Royal Society

15 Members of Academia Europaea elected to the Royal Society.
17th May 2024

SAPEA publishes new Strategic Plan

The SAPEA Consortium has published a new Strategic Development Plan which was overseen by Academia Europaea.

Exploring the bilingual brain

Read the interview with Professor Wei Li MAE, member of the Linguistic Studies section of Academia Europaea.

Honorary degree for Donald Dingwell

Prof. Donald B. Dingwell, Director of the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences of the LMU and current Vice-President of the Academia Europaea receives an honorary degree from Beihang University, China.

European policy recommendations on AI in Science

Read about the launch of the latest evidence review and policy recommendations on ‘Successful and timely uptake of AI in science in the EU’ by the European Scientific Advice Mechanism.

Prof. Dingwell ellected Corresponding Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

Prof. Donald Bruce Dingwell, Vice-President of the Academia Europaea, has been elected as a corresponding member of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.

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