Kristian Krieger and Stijn Verleyen on mapping Europe’s science advice landscape

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When it comes to science advice infrastructure, Europe is far from a unified whole. That’s why the European Commission’s science service, the Joint Research Centre, set out to map the entire landscape, looking not only at European and national level but also digging into the way science influences policy within regions and even individual cities.

In this episode, Toby Wardman talks to Kristian Krieger and Stijn Verleyen, two of the JRC’s project leaders in mapping and evaluating the science-for-policy landscape in Europe.

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