European Academy Networks

Spanning the disciplines of engineering, humanities, medicine, natural sciences and social sciences, SAPEA brings together the outstanding knowledge and expertise of Fellows from over 100 Academies, Young Academies and Learned Societies in over 40 countries across Europe.

SAPEA comprises the European Academy Networks: Academia Europaea, ALLEA, EASAC, Euro-CASE and FEAM.

Find out more about the Networks’ Member Academies. 


European Academy Networks

Academia Europaea Academia Europaea is a European non-governmental association acting as an Academy. Founded in 1988, it now numbers around 4000 members, including leading experts from the physical sciences and technology, biological sciences and medicine, mathematics, the letters and humanities, social and cognitive sciences, economics and the law.


ALLEA is the European Federation of Academies of Sciences and Humanities, representing more than 50 academies from over 40 countries in Europe. Since its foundation in 1994, ALLEA represents its Member Academies on the European stage and seeks to promote science as a global public good.


EASAC The European Academies’ Science Advisory Council is the network of the National Science Academies of the EU Member States, Norway and Switzerland. EASAC provides science advice for European policy makers, primarily in the areas of environment, energy and biosciences.


Euro-CASE The European Council of Academies of Applied Sciences, Technologies and Engineering gathers 23 European Academies with a special focus on Innovation, energy and bioeconomy policy and has unique access to additional expertise from the business sector.


FEAM The Federation of European Academies of Medicine brings together 22 National Academies of Medicine and medical sections of National Academies of Sciences.


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