Riccardo Valentini nominated member of the European Academy of Sciences

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An important recognition from one of the most ancient and prestigious European scientific organizations, whose aim is to promote excellence in science and technology and their concrete applications.

Professor Riccardo Valentini, Strategic Advisor at the CMCC Foundation, was nominated member of the European Academy of Sciences under the Earth and Environmental Sciences Division.

The EU Academy of Sciences (EURASC) is an independent, non-profit international scientific organization among the most prestigious in Europe, and carries an important mission to promote excellence in science and technology and their essential roles in fostering social and economic development and progress. The major objective of the Academy is to establish efficient collaboration among scientists, researchers, educators, engineers and public authorities worldwide. It promotes interaction between basic and applied research and eases the transfer of knowledge to end-users. The Academy contributes towards the development of international policies in science and technology and facilitates the creation of a critical mass needed for solving the most important scientific problems.

“EURASC is a prestigious scientific organization. The European scientific community is getting stronger and stronger, and its contribution to climate, environmental and sustainability sciences is currently an important pillar of global research. I am proud to have been invited to join the Academy and to represent Europe in the global scientific community” affirmed Prof. Valentini. By accepting this invitation, he joined a group made of the world’s leading scientists, scholars and business people, whose members include Nobel Prize and Outstanding Scientists winners.

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