Standing Committee on Life and Environmental Sciences (LESC)
Mar 1995, at first meeting, having been proposed 1993, by General Assembly of F-XF2152 - European Science Foundation (ESF). Together with U-XE2479 - Standing Committee on Physical and Engineering Sciences (PESC), replaces U-XE6310 - Standing Committee of European Science Research Councils (ESRC). Ceased to exist when replaced by Scientific Review Group on Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences.
Identify emerging scientific topics deserving special attention in Europe; propose programmes or projects for adoption as activities of the ESF; examine and report on issues of strategic scientific importance.
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Committee (meets twice a year), comprises about 35 leading scientists mandated to represent the ESF member organizations. Executive (Core) Group. Working Groups.
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