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Who are we

The Young Academy is a scientific academy for young talented researchers in Denmark. It was established in 2011 under The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters.

A platform for young researchers

The Young Academy is an independent platform for young researchers pertaining to all branches of science.
The aim of the Young Academy is to strengthen basic research and interdisciplinary exchange, build a bridge between academia and society, and give some of the country’s most talented young researchers a public voice.

The members

The members are all prominent profiles with strong international experiences and interesting views on research and society.

“The Young Academy aims to support young researchers in their academic development and career.”




Every year, the Young Academy publishes a yearbook with articles on the members’ research and reports on the various events through the past year.

Most of the Young Academy’s meetings and events are hosted at The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, in the beautiful building on H.C. Andersens Boulevard in central Copenhagen.