News and comments from UEAA Members

Nanotechnology in agriculture: from nanomaterials to nanobiosensors
Nanotechnology is since years one of the most important areas of research and development worldwide being agriculture one of the application fields. NANOALB, the Albanian Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Unit next to the Academy of Sciences of Albania also considers agriculture a priority area for future applications and is trying to push the research in this direction that will be quite beneficial for the country, the quality of the agriculture products and their impact to the citizen’s life.
New Genomic Techniques (NGT): issues and agri-food sovereignty
In Institute Sapiens Report, 2022 by Professor C Regnault-Roger
What will fuel the farm vehicles of the future ? – Vision and Insight
A note from the Royal Agricultural Society of England.
New Plant Genomic Techniques (NGT) : an ongoing public consultation to modify European regulation
In European Scientist, 2022 by Professor C Regnault-Roger
A note on the Animal Welfare in the E U : the perspective of the Italian Animal Science and Production Association (ASPA)
The importance of using the ‘One welfare’ approach and a proposal for European future AW regulations. A message from the Italian Academy dei Georgofili.
Documento ASPA sul benessere animale
A letter from Commissioner STELLA KYRIAKIDES about Gene editing
A message from the French Veterinarian Academy through the French Academy of Agriculture.
Europe must make progress on animal genomic editing
Interview with J.P. Jégou, President of the French Veterinarian Academy.
A message from the French Veterinarian Academy through the French Academy of Agriculture.
Major concern about African Swine Fever panzootic in Lithuania
A message from the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences
The corona pandemic as the KSLA fellows see it ; A synthesis of responses from fellows of the Swedish Academy for Agriculture regarding the corona pandemic and its consequences
The corona pandemic affects society as a whole and, to a large extent, the areal industries. The crisis brings with it a large portion of increased uncertainty for the future. In the longer term, we will need to reconsider our preparedness for crises. The fellows of the Academy have reflected on the consequences of the pandemic, especially for the green industries and what experiences we will bring with us for the future.
Swedish dialogue meeting” in preparation of the UN Summit Meeting on Global Foods Systems
Summary of the discussions during the Swedish national dialogue 25th of January 2021
Invitation to the international conference Rural Development to be held in Lithuania this autumn
The organizing committee of this conference includes members of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences. The announcement of public information with the conference organizers, Agriculture Academy of Vytautas Magnus university, is coordinated and all interested are invited to attend.
Cooperation of Georgian Academy of Agricultural Sciences with Private Agricultural Companies
A communiqué from the Georgian Academy of Agricultural Sciences A good example of a successful joint venture between Public and Private interests.
Action to support the agricultural world during this COVID-19 pandemic.
Webinar on “Genome editing and the Farm to Fork strategy”
26 January 2021, 10:30-12:00 Message from the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry (15 January 2021)
A resolution from the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences (member of UEAA) on Gene Editing : challenges and possibilities
Regarding the legal regulation of the genome editing technology.
Covid-19 and agriculture
An opportunity for the agricultural and food transition?
Michel Dron and Philippe Kim-Bonbled Eds., Presse des Mines, Paris, France -SBN : 978-2-35671-Price : 25 euros - Format : 16x24 Number of pages : 358.
Forests and the Climate – Manage for maximum wood production or leave the forest as a carbon sink?
The Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry has published a report on forests and the climate, based on a seminar with leading Swedish and Finnish scientists: "Forests and the Climate - Manage for maximum wood production or leave the forest as a carbon sink?".
The French Academie d’Agricuture launches a survey on the food system and its transition related to CAP
Please feel free to respond to Professeur Nadine Vivier Nadine.Vivier@univ-lemans.fr.
Questions to members of European Agriculture Academies, see the three questions here below.
Variety, Properties and Productive Potential of Soils in Ukraine : an original paper sent from the National Academy of Agrarian Science of Ukraine : 8 11 17
1National Academy of Agrarian Science of Ukraine
2National Scientific Center “Institute for Soil Science and Agrochemistry Research named after O.N. Sokolovsky”
e-mail: inter.naas@gmail.com
Message from France about the new European Joint Program (EJP)
The “One Health Program” of research selected by the European Commission and begins on 1st January 2018
Viticulture and Wine making in European countries – Historical aspects and prospects
A very successful International Conference at the Georgian Academy of Agricultural Sciences. October 25-27 2017, Tbilisi, Georgia