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2022 Worldwide Meeting of Young Academies


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Arizona, USA

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The 2022 Worldwide Meeting of Young Academies (WWMYA) will take place in hybrid format from 1-3 November 2022 in Arizona, USA, and online.

The 2022 WWMYA will take place jointly with the InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) General Assembly and a joint Conference on “Inclusive Excellence: Harnessing knowledge for sustainable societies”, for the first time bringing together young and established science academies from all over the world in such a joint meeting.

These events will be hosted by the US National Academy of Sciences and the Royal Society of Canada at Biosphere2 in Arizona, USA. The US New Voices in Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists of the Royal Society of Canada, and the Global Young Academy will act as co-organisers.

More information on the meeting will be released soon.

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