Category: Researcher’s voice

What about diplomats? Insights from Susanne Keppler-Schlesinger & Maximilian Huck

Science diplomacy is made of individuals of many different backgrounds, blurring the lines between diplomacy and science.  In this researchers’ voice, SD4DC team members, Susanne Keppler-Schleisinger and Maximilian Huck elaborate on the multifaceted role of

The SCIENCE in Science Diplomacy: Perspectives from Peter McGrath from TWAS

There is no science diplomacy without the substantial involvement of scientists. Scientists know that and have increasingly shown more interests in science policy. However, most traditional scientific training does not prepare scientists to interact outside

Meet Maria Josten and Nadia Meyer (DLR) and Lorenzo Melchor, Ana Elorza, and Izaskun Lacunza (FECYT) on the launch of the S4D4C science diplomacy online course

Learning the practice: With the launch of its European Science Diplomacy Online Course the S4D4C project reached a major project milestone After months of preparation, the S4D4C European Science Diplomacy Online Course has been released

Meet Mitchell Young, Charles University Prague, discussing the S4D4C case report and the background of its preparation

On the occasion of the publication of S4D4C’s latest project outcome “Science Diplomacy in the Making: Case-based insights from the S4D4C project”, we talk to Mitchell Young, assistant professor at Charles University in Prague, who


Meet Katja Mayer (ZSI) discussing open science as a tool for science diplomacy

On the occasion of the World Science Day for Peace and Development, November 10, which is dedicated in 2019 to the theme of Open Science (see information provided by UNESCO in relation to the topic

Discussing science diplomacy governance frameworks: Meet Stefan Kuhlmann and Gonzalo Ordoñez-Matamoros, University of Twente

Just after S4D4C’s 2nd Networking Meeting in Berlin, a dedicated co-creation workshop for discussing S4D4C’s science diplomacy governance framework has taken place on the next day. We have been there to meet the team behind

Planning our next big event: Meet Elke Dall (ZSI – Centre for Social Innovation) and Tim Flink (DZHW – German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies)

Planning the Berlin Networking Meeting What are your ambitions for S4D4C? Elke: As coordinator it is particularly important for me that the project activities make an impact on the political landscape, for example to join

Closer cooperation with Marga Gual Soler

We are proud to report that Dr. Marga Gual Soler committed herself to cooperate with the S4D4C project. Over the past five years, Marga pioneered a number of initiatives at the AAAS Center for Science

Alexander Degelsegger-Márquez transitioned to the Advisory Board of S4D4C

As of March 2019, Alexander Degelsegger-Márquez transitioned from coordinating the S4D4C project to the Advisory Board of S4D4C. “It has been a pleasure and a privilege to help build this project and to work with

Meet Charlotte Rungius, German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW)

What is your role within S4D4C? I contribute mainly to the conceptual and the case study work. So far, this included the state-of-the-art report, the needs assessment and the conceptual framework. Until now, I have