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European Academies Re-Elect Antonio Loprieno as ALLEA President

ALLEA Member Academies unanimously re-elected Professor Antonio Loprieno as President for the term 2021–2023. Board Members Professor Annette Grüters-Kieslich and Professor Luke Drury were appointed as ALLEA Vice-Presidents. The election and appointments were part of the 2021 General Assembly.

European Coordination Needed to Fight Science Disinformation, Academies Say

While disinformation strategies are intoxicating public discourses in many fields, science disinformation is particularly dangerous to democratic governance and society at large. In a new report, ALLEA examines the potential of technical and policy measures to tackle science disinformation and calls for improved European exchange and coordination in this field.

How to Integrate Ethics into the Design of Disruptive Technologies

TechEthos is an EU-funded project that seeks to create ethics guidelines to deal with new and emerging technologies with a high socio-economic impact. Eva Buchinger (Austrian Institute of Technology, AIT) is the lead coordinator of the project. In this interview, she presents the key concepts and milestones to be tackled by TechEthos, which started in January 2021 and will run until the end of 2023. 

Herzliche Gratulation an Prof. Helen Keller. Als erste Schweizerin erhält sie den Europäischer Akademien-Preis in Anerkennung ihrer Funktion als Richterin am EGMR. https://akademien-schweiz.ch/de/current/news/?entry=europaischer-akademie-preis-geht-an-helen-keller

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The ALLEA Digital Salon provides a space to explore science in an open dialogue. Original interviews, analyses, and commentary look into the areas of our work: Research PolicyScience Advice, and Science & Society.

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