On October 23rd-24th, 2023 the EurASc Symposium 2023 & Ceremony will take place in Madrid by invitation of the Real Academia de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales de España –SPAIN.
The tentative schedule will include on Monday, Oct.23rd a Symposium devoted to “Science Multidisciplinarityin the 21st Century – The future of energy”, with a special emphasis on energy transition, and sustainability issues, and on Tuesday 24th the Welcome of New Members and Leonardo da Vinci Award and Blaise Pascal Medals Ceremony.
The provisional programme will soon be released and registration will open.
It was with great pleasure and honor that we received our fellows in this great ceremony, which had the premise of handing out the Leonardo da Vinci and Blaise Pascal Medal 2020 and 2021 awards, and followed with due emphasis the 2022 Awards to its winners, having the opportunity to hear them speak with passion about the work they do. We also had presentations from all Head’s of Division about the Future of Science – EurASc’s vision, where we could deepen our knowledge of the work done by the members as well as their future plans for the performance of each division. The ceremony came to an end on the afternoon of the 25th with the presentation of diplomas to the new fellows.
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Because of drastic sanitary reasons occurring now in Europe, the L. da Vinci and B. Pascal Prizes ceremony + the delivery of EurASc diploma to new members will be dissociated from the scientific Symposium on the role of micro- and nano-technologies for medicine and life sciences that will take place on April 14th 2021.
The Prize Ceremony will take place in the second half of May 2021. You will be later informed of the new date.
Commissioner Carlos Moedas met the Representatives of the European Academy of Sciences in Brussels on December 3rd, 2018. On this occasion, Prof. Rodrigo Martins, President of the European Academy of Sciences, has presented the Petition in favor of “Horizon Europe”.