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Global science advice network to set up Europe chapter

The International Network for Government Science Advice, a forum connecting researchers, governments and their intermediaries, is to set up a European chapter.

Ingsa’s European chapter will launch in “a few weeks”, according to Peter Gluckman, its chairman. Gluckman, who recently stepped down as chief scientific adviser to the government of New Zealand, made the announcement at a meeting in Vienna, Austria, on 20 September.

He said he had been working with Carlos Moedas, the EU research commissioner, and Vladimír Šucha, the director-general of the Joint Research Centre, which is the Commission’s research service, on how the Commission and the JRC could be involved.

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