Polish-British Science Forum: Science helping tackle climate change

12th October 2021

Hybrid Event 

Free for all


This unique event will bring together UK and Polish government and non-government stakeholders to discuss climate change, just transition and the way science and innovation can help address those challenges. We will also look at the needs of young researchers and examine how we could support them better, both at state and institution level. Moreover, we will identify most promising areas of UK-Polish collaboration in development of climate innovations, including via Horizon Europe.

Why attend:
By attending, you will gain first-hand information about the way both countries tackle climate change and support early career researchers, to identify new areas for collaboration, to create network of contacts and partnerships.

The 3rd Polish-British Science Forum picks up on the first two editions of the Forum, organized in 2018 in Warsaw and in 2019 in London. It is one of the actions agreed by our Prime Ministers to further boost scientific links between the UK and Poland.

The 3rd Polish-British Science Forum will provide a platform for government officials, researchers, innovators and universities to connect with each other. You will be able to learn about new opportunities for collaboration in climate change and discuss the need for improved support for early career researchers.

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The Science Forum is jointly organized by the British Embassy in Warsaw, UK Science & Innovation Network, BEIS and the Polish Ministry of Education and Science.

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