With the publication of each report or statement, EASAC sends out a summarising press release.
How can European countries improve vaccination in the wake of the measles outbreak?
Europe’s national science and medical academies call for tailor-made interventions, European vaccination card and...
New data confirm increased frequency of extreme weather events, European national science academies urge further action on climate change adaptation
Man-made climate change has been proven to have increased recent extreme rainfall and associated floods; coastal...
Negative emission technologies will not compensate for inadequate climate change mitigation efforts, say European science academies
A new report confirms that negative emission technologies (NETs) offer only “limited realistic potential” to remove...
Genome editing: Science, policy, and security experts call for proactive international dialogue about security - and benefits
It will be vital to support and sustain a global culture of responsibility and integrity in research and...
Homeopathy: harmful or helpful? European scientists recommend an evidence-based approach
A new evaluation from EASAC confirms there is no robust, reproducible evidence that homeopathic products work.
Energy Union policies should include clearer provisions for the potential added values and inherent limitations of dedicated storage.
According to a new EASAC report written by leading scientists, economists and energy experts across Europe.
"Managing Europe's forests under conflicting objectives calls for a holistic view and new tools" says a new report released by EASAC
EASAC Policy report: "Multi-functionality and sustainability in the European Union's forests"
New EASAC report on genome editing advises European policy-makers on how to approach groundbreaking research on plants, animals, microbes and humans
In this report, "Genome Editing: Scientific opportunities, public interests, and policy options in the EU", EASAC...
New circular economy reports: Indicators and "critical materials" could make or break EU strategy
The development of a circular economy remains a critical issue in the European Union.
15 Years of EASAC: A Celebration of Science for Policy
Invitation to the 15th anniversary of the European Academies’ Science Advisory Council at The Norwegian Academy of...