Although science is a key component of evidence-informed policymaking, it can be difficult for scientists to know how and when to engage in the process.
This page introduces science for policy concepts and how they apply to the European Union. It outlines the opportunities that exist for scientists to engage in European policymaking and methods that they can use to help achieve impact.
- The policy cycle
- Tips for scientists wanting to communicate with policy officials
- Seven ways to start engaging with policy today!
- An introduction to the EU
- External Science for Policy Resources: This page highlights a range of information available online intended for scientists interested in policy and the organisations involved in the policymaking process. The resources provide information for scientists at all stages of their academic career.