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Commission’s Chief Scientific Advisors seek to strengthen ties

Group eyes links with Joint Research Centre and other European and international bodies

The European Commission’s seven-member Group of Chief Scientific Advisors is working on establishing closer ties with other science advice bodies within and outside Europe, including with the Commission’s much bigger Joint Research Centre evidence service.

“New challenges, such as the Covid-19 crisis, provide opportunities to explore ways for further joining up the work of the JRC and that of the advisers,” according to minutes from the group’s most recent meeting on 15 and 16 March, published this week. “There was agreement to build on the existing excellent cooperation between the JRC and the advisers,” the minutes state.

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