The Bergen Knowledge Hub aims to
- Provide knowledge and ideas that connect research and scholarship with policymaking
- Engage with the public and society to promote the best research from the region and for the region
- Become a platform to develop science advice on marine, maritime, energy and environmental issues, with emphasis on the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The Academia Europaea is the pan-European Academy of Humanities, Letters, Law, and Sciences. The Academia was founded in 1988 as the functioning Europe-wide Academy that encompasses all fields of scholarly inquiry. See a list of our the members in Scandinavia, the Baltics and Russia here
An Academia Europaea statement of principles for the Future of Research and innovation policy of the European Union – Forward from 2020.
Open access is highlighted as the new opportunity to make research publications available to all interested parties, regardless of expensive subscriptions. In Plan S, the Research Council of Norway has demanded full and immediate open publication for announcements from 2021.
The Evidence Review Report ‘A sustainable food system for the European Union’ provides an evidence base for the scientific opinion of the European Commission’s Chief Scientific Advisors. It was written by a multidisciplinary group of leading scientists, nominated by academies across Europe.
The science academies of the EU has recently published the report Making Sense of Science, on how scientific knowledge can be a good fundament for policies in times of complexitity and uncertainty. What characterises effective research based policy making in the EU? Can the experiences from EU be used in Norwegian conditions?
Mange gjør det annerledes enn Norge. Hvorfor?
“We live at times of confusion whereby scientific knowledge as a basis for policies is under threat. A hub like this can be one avenue for disseminating research based information.” Eystein Jansen is the Academic Director of Academia Europaea in the Bergen Knowledge Hub.