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Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual property rights (IPRs), be it patents or copyrights, play an important role in the academic activities, their outreach towards the public and their services to society. Without…


Academic Freedom

Excellent research is strongly dependent on the ability of researchers and scientific institutions to conduct their work without undue outside interference and to freely choose their research agendas….


Research Integrity and Research Ethics

Ethics in science requires researchers to pay due attention to the effects on their subject group, including also animals, as well as to wider society and to minimise…



As one of five academy networks in Europe, ALLEA is involved in the SAPEA project (Science Advice for Policy by European Academies). The project aims to provide independent…


Horizon Europe

The world’s biggest challenges, like climate change, artificial intelligence, data governance and many others, are global challenges that cannot be solved at the national level alone. Europe and…



Humanities data can be rich and complex, non-standardised in format, without common or consistent metadata and ontologies, and can be subject to complex rights issues. Consensus and best…


Board Meeting, Bern

Bern, 8 May 2019 Meeting Documents Item 1 Adoption of meeting agenda and minutes of last Board meeting Item 2 Adoption of meeting agenda, minutes of last full…


Science Education

Education policies across Europe highlight the importance of the role science education plays in ensuring citizens have the requisite knowledge and skills to enable them to become ‘informed…


Data Governance

Data collection activities increase in speed, scale and variety, and the analytic techniques used to process these datasets become more sophisticated. These innovations promise significant social benefits, but…


ALLEA Strategic Priorities

The social and political environment in which science is carried out is constantly evolving and scientists must adapt to new situations frequently. In response to the resulting…