The Young Academy of Europe (YAE) is a pan-European initiative of outstanding young scientists for networking, advocacy, scientific exchange, and science policy.
The YAE is organised as a bottom-up initiative of a dynamic and innovative group of recognised European young scientists and scholars with outspoken views about science and science policy. Since 2019, we are a registered charity organization.
We provide input and advice from a younger generation’s perspective – a vital input to shape EU-wide policy for the benefit of future European scholars and scientists.
On Monday 28th of September, the Young Academy of Europe together with Eurodoc and Marie Curie Alumni Association, supported by Initiative for Science in Europe, held a press conference in support of young researchers.
The YAE, European and associated National Young Academies, and the Global Young Academy urge Members of the European Parliament and national governments to act against the proposed cuts in the budget of Horizon Europe in 2021-2027.
This month’s newsletter is now available with details on our latest news and activities.
We invite you to participate in a survey, which is aimed at exploring if and how gender is taken into consideration as a dimension in a scientific research, and if and how different stakeholders are involved.
We kindly ask you to participate in a survey to better understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the research and careers of young researchers.
We are delighted to announce that the André Mischke YAE Prize 2020 has been awarded to Dr Grant Hill-Cawthorne.
Eurodoc, the MCAA and YAE call on governments, institutions and leaders across Europe to strengthen the investment at European level and urge them to raise the budget of the next EU Programme for R&I (2021-2027).
Registration for this year’s YAE/AE meeting is now open to the YAE members and alumni.
Find out about our work with SAPEA (Science Advice for Policy by European Academies).
Read more about our involvement in the CALIPER project and visit the project’s website.
We contribute to a COST Cross-Cutting Activity on science communication.
We collaborate with various organisations.
Formalizing our earlier links, we are a member of ISE since early 2020.
Help us grow!
You’re invited to help nominate promising young scholars to join the YAE.