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The Role of Academies in Science-based Policy Advice: The Case of Biomedicine and the Life Sciences

  • Jörg Hacker (a1), Stefan Artmann (a1) and Sandra Kumm (a1)

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The German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina is greatly honoured by receiving the Gold Medal of the Academia Europaea. On this occasion, it might be appropriate to talk about the role of academies in science-based policy advice. The authors would like to address the question: what general aims should the academies achieve – particularly in respect to biomedicine and the life sciences?

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Churchill, RS (1965) Twenty-One Years. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson.
Hacker, J, Artmann, S and Kumm, S (2015) Biomedicine and the life sciences: core issues for science-based policy advice. In Wilsdon, J. and Doubleday, R. (eds), Future Directions for Scientific Advice in Europe. Cambridge, UK: Centre for Science and Policy.

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  • Jörg Hacker (a1), Stefan Artmann (a1) and Sandra Kumm (a1)

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