The last Symposium "The Future of Science in the 21st Century : Progress in Science, Progress in Society", and the Ceremony of Awards took place in the Palais des Academies, Brussels (Belgium), on November 18th and 19th, 2016. This event was a real success. The pictures of the Symposium and Ceremony of Awards are available here.


The Symposium "The Future of Science in the 21st Century ; climate change : impacts on oceans, food production, health and the economy", and the Ceremony of Awards took place in Le Quartz, Brest (France), on October 27th and 28th, 2015. This event was a real success. The pictures and talks of the Symposium and Ceremony of Awards are available here

Find below a news published by the "Agence Française de la Presse" 

"Brest, 27 oct 2015 (AFP) - L′Académie européenne des sciences (Eurasc) a appelé mardi à Brest les décideurs politiques et les négociateurs de la conférence de Paris sur le climat (COP21) à se mettre d′accord sur des "objectifs ambitieux" pour atténuer le changement climatique. 

"L′influence de l′homme sur le système climatique est sans équivoque", estiment les 500 scientifiques réunis au sein de cette académie, dans une déclaration lue devant plus de 350 spécialistes du changement climatique et des sciences de la mer.

"L′évolution actuelle du changement climatique augmente la probabilité d′impacts graves, étendus et en partie irréversibles sur les systèmes naturels, ainsi que sur les ressources essentielles exploitées par l′homme", poursuit cet appel lancé lors d′un colloque sur l′impact du changement climatique sur l′océan, l′économie, la production de nourriture et la santé humaine. L′Académie européenne des sciences attire l′attention des décideurs politiques et des négociateurs de la COP21 de Paris sur la nécessité impérieuse de se mettre d′accord sur des objectifs ambitieux en vue d′atténuer le changement climatique et de prendre les mesures appropriées pour soutenir une adaptation acceptable par tous", poursuit cette "déclaration de Brest".

La 21e conférence sur le climat de l′ONU (COP21), qui va se tenir du 30 novembre au 11 décembre à Paris, doit donner naissance au premier accord engageant 195 pays dans la réduction des émissions de gaz à effet de serre, pour parvenir à contenir le réchauffement sous la barre des +2°. Sinon, les experts prédisent une multiplication des événements météorologiques extrêmes, une accélération dramatique de la fonte des glaciers ou de la montée du niveau des océans.

"Il faut absolument appuyer et pousser tout ce processus de la COP21", a affirmé à l′AFP le président de l′Eurasc, Claude Debru. "L′ambition de réduire à 2° le réchauffement climatique d′ici 2050 est évidemment tout à fait fondamentale pour essayer de minimiser ses conséquences à un degré qui soit supportable par les populations et en particulier les populations les plus démunies", a-t-il jugé.

Le colloque de l′Eurasc est organisé dans le cadre de la conférence Safer Seas, qui se tient jusqu′à vendredi à Brest et qui est dédiée aux problématiques de sécurité et de sûreté des navires. L′Académie européenne des sciences compte quelque 500 membres, dont 65 lauréats du prix Nobel et de la médaille Fields (équivalent du Nobel pour les mathématiques) issus de 63 pays.

Cordialement,

Johanna Martin
Chargée de communication
Centre Ifremer Bretagne



The last Ordinary General Assembly of the Presidium took place in Brussels on April 24th, 2015.

From the left to the right : Prof. Alain Tressaud, Prof. Hélène de Rode, Prof. Claude Debru, Prof. Natividad Carpintero Santamaria, and Prof. Paul Tréguer

Prof. Richard Durst was not able to attend the meeting but participate to the preliminary discussions.



The last extraordinary meeting of the Presidium took place in Porto on November 28th, 2014


The last meeting of members of EURASC took place in Porto on November 27th, 2014.



The Ceremony of Awards and Symposium, "The Future of Sciences in the 21st Century : Sciences and Ethics" took place in Porto, on November 27th and 28th, 2014.

For any further information, please click here and here



The Ordinary Meeting of the General Board were held in Brussels on July 4th, 2014.

The Ordinary Meeting of the Presidium and the Meeting of the Executive Committee were held at the Headquarters in Liege on June 4th, 2014.



Open the page about the Blaise Pascal Medals 2013 and the Symposium

The second Kepler workshop is dedicated to the field "New (nano-) materials in energy technology" and is planned to take place in Karlsruhe (Germany), on 13th, 14th and 15th May 2013 in cooperation with the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the State of Baden-Württemberg (*). Assistance for the local organisation will be provided by KIT.

 

 Click here to see the Winning Team of the Kepler Prize 2012 and their Workshop Project Abstract.

Click here to see the announcement of the Workshop on DECHEMA website.

Click here to see the programme of the Workshop.



Symposium and Ceremony of Awards 2012 Liège, October, 25 and 26 2012 - Liège, Belgium

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General Assembly and Ceremony of Awards 2011 : Milano, Italy, November 11th 2011

University of Milan, Italy

 



Meeting of the Executive Committee and the General Board : Milano, Italy November 10th 2011

University of Milan, Italy



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General Assembly of the European Academy of Sciences
, with the Ceremony of Awards 2010 The event took place in the central building of the Academy of Athens, Greece on November 5th, 2010.

Click here to open the Invitation to the Event.

Meeting of the Executive Committee and the General Board : Milano, January 14th 2011 - Universita′ degli Studi di Milano

Here is the link to the current proposals that were made during the General Assembly in Athens.



Paris, January 15th, meeting of Eurasc. Agenda: next Elections and future activities.The meeting took place, at 2 p.m.

General Assembly of the European Academy of Sciences, with the Ceremony of Awards 2009 (November 6th, 2009)
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General Assembly of the European Academy of Sciences, with the Ceremony of Awards of the Blaise Pascal Medals 2008 (November 7th, 2008)
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Second Visit at Vatican:

Professors E. Evangelista and S. Cinti had a meeting with the Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences (PAS), Bishop Marcélo Sanchez Sarondo, at the Vatican on July 2nd, 2008.
The objectives of the meeting were to present the Eurasc and its policy aimed at creating scientific collaboration with PAS and similar Institutions, and to invite some representative of the PAS at the Eurasc General Assembly, in Brussels on November 7th. [More]

Visit of the President in Italy
(May 14th and 15th, 2008)


Visit in Vatican: a meeting at Vatican, with Monsignore Pennacchini of the Secretary of State of Vatican, took place in Vatican, in order to have first contact with the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. The roots of this Academy is the Academy of the Lincei , founded in Rome in 1603, the first exclusively scientific Academy in the world. [More]