Category: Open-lab notebook

Open Europe

Current European positions on science diplomacy – a focus on the win-win situations for global challenges

A recent publication of the European Commission (published on 23 September 2019) provides a comprehensive overview of what the European Union did for Research and Innovation (R&I) in the period of 2014-2019; and also highlights

Open Notebook #4

This week S4D4C members met in Trieste with a broad range of stakeholders, including also some of the colleagues from InsSciDE in a cluster meeting. The focus of that meeting, which was chaired by Marga

The S4D4C Open Doors Programme brought five grantees closer to Science Diplomacy

In November 2018, the S4D4C project “Science for/in diplomacy for addressing global challenges” published its 1st call for the “Open Door Programme” attracting applications from scientists working in various research fields and with an interest

“Open Doors” Programme grantees visit Brussels

From February 27-28 two of the researchers selected in the “Open Doors” Programme of S4D4C travelled to Brussels to continue their training in science diplomacy. On the first day, they participated in the final conference

Open notebook #3

On February 25 and 26 S4D4C project partners met in Brussels for another session discussing the status of our nine science diplomacy case studies and the next steps towards their finalisation. In all nine cases

Open Doors Participants visiting London

Progress of the S4D4C “Open Doors” Programme: visit to London

Two of the researchers that were selected in the competitive S4D4C Open Doors programme travelled to London together with representatives of the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology to continue their training in science diplomacy

Open notebook #2

Case studies were at the heart of S4D4C two-day meeting in Prague, last month. Since the initial steps following our kick-off meeting in Vienna, our team has been studying state-of-the-art literature, consulting experts on the

Open notebook #1

We have written elsewhere that our project has kicked off its activities in Vienna on 1 and 2 February 2018. So what are we up to now? There is three main lines of activities: We are