欧洲人文和自然科学院（欧洲科学院）外文全称为Academia Europaea (The Academy of Europe)，成立于1988年，是国际上跨地域和学术领域最广泛、学术地位最高、影响最大的科学组织之一。
欧洲人文和自然科学院总部位于英国伦敦。外文全称为Academia Europaea (The Academy of Europe)，是欧洲多国科学部长倡导创立，英国皇家学会等多个代表欧洲国家最高学术水平的国家科学院共同发起成立的一个包括东、西欧国家的国际科学组织。欧洲人文和自然科学院分20个学部，其学科领域涵盖人文科学、社会科学、自然科学和科学技术等，是国际上跨地域和学术领域最广泛、学术地位最高、影响最大的科学组织之一。
The European Academy of Humanities and Natural Sciences is the academic organization of the European Union. The European Academy of Sciences generally refers to the European Academy of Humanities and Natural Sciences.
Academia Europaea (The Academy of Europe), founded in 1988, is one of the world's most extensive scientific organizations with the highest academic status and greatest influence across regions and academic fields.
The academicians of the European Academy of Sciences include the top scholars in the fields of natural sciences, life sciences, social sciences, humanities and so on. They are mainly selected from the academicians of European countries, representing the highest scientific level and academic status in the European humanities and natural sciences. The foreign academicians are outstanding scientists with long-term close cooperation with Europe, accounting for less than 5%. There are nearly 5,500 members of the European Academy of Sciences, including nearly 90 Nobel Prize winners.
The headquarters of the European Academy of Humanities and Natural Sciences is located in London, UK. Academia Europaea (The Academy of Europe), as it is known in foreign languages, is an international scientific organization including Eastern and Western European countries, which was initiated by many European ministers of science and jointly initiated by several national Academy of Sciences representing the highest academic level of European countries, such as the Royal Society of Britain. The European Academy of Humanities and Natural Sciences is divided into 20 divisions, whose subject areas cover the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and science and technology, etc. It is one of the international scientific organizations with the widest geographical and academic fields, the highest academic status and the greatest influence.
The academicians of the Academy come from 35 European countries and are mainly selected from the academicians of the European academies. They represent the most outstanding scientific elites and academic authorities in the European humanities and natural sciences. At present, there are about 2300 academicians, including 38 Nobel Prize winners.