• Successful ‘Evidence Synthesis & Meta-Analysis in R’ Conference held January 21-22, 2021

    The Evidence Synthesis Hackathon’s online Evidence Synthesis & Meta-Analysis in R Conference (#ESMARConf) was held on January 21st and 22nd 2021. A total of 39 presentations, 10 panel discusisons and 4 workshops covered a wide variety of different tools and use cases for evidence synthesis and meta-analyses in R. 514 people registered for the conference, […]

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  • COVID-END

      CEE is contributing to COVID-END, a time-limited network that brings together more than 50 of the world’s leading evidence-synthesis, technology-assessment and guideline-development groups around the world hosted by McMaster University in Canada (https://www.mcmasterforum.org/networks/covid-end).  COVID-END is an evidence service to support decision makers through the current Coronavirus pandemic. The service provides the best available evidence […]

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  • CEE attends EVIDENCE2020 Online hosted by Africa Evidence Network

    This last month the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence (CEE) joined over 600 delegates who registered for EVIDENCE 2020 ONLINE, hosted by the Africa Evidence Network (AEN). The three-days event brought together stakeholders from across the African evidence ecosystem to forge new collaborations, enhance capacities, and explore the art and science of evidence-use. A mix of policy-makers, evidence synthesisers, […]

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  • Job Announcement – Editor-in-Chief of Environmental Evidence

    CEE announces an exciting opportunity to lead the further development of its unique and innovative journal. Click here Editor-in-Chief Job description

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  • Happy New Year from CEE

    2019 was another active and eventful year for CEE, supporting and promoting the use of rigorous evidence synthesis to address environmental challenges. Our journal ‘Environmental Evidence’ published 39 articles last year and continues to grow in terms of submissions and reputation as the primary evidence synthesis journal in the environmental sector. We launched a test […]

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  • GESI-CEE Hub for Environmental Evidence Synthesis

    We are happy to announce that the Global Evidence Synthesis Initiative (GESI), the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence (CEE) and the team at Exeter University who is working on the “Blue Communities” project , have joined efforts to create the “GESI-CEE Hub for Environmental Evidence Synthesis”. The aims of the Hub are to support capacity for centres (individuals and people) in South East […]

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  • You are invited: Research 4.0: Africa & evidence synthesis

    The event is a celebration of the University of Johannesburg’s sponsorship of African delegates to attend the recent Evidence Synthesis Hackathon 2019 that took place in Australia in April. The event will include delegates sharing their experiences of the 2019 hackathon, and a demonstration of a machine learning tool co-developed by research and technology specialists. […]

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