What it takes to do science diplomacy. Baseline analysis and needs assessment

One of the principal objectives of the S4D4C project is to increase the capacities of EU and EU Member State science diplomats and to offer relevant knowledge resources and training opportunities that support their work.

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

S4D4C at Princeton

Pauline Ravinet (Univ. Lille) and Mitchell Young (Charles University) represented S4D4C at Princeton University. They presented in the EU Program Seminar led by Andrew Moravcsik and Sophie Meunier on March 6, explaining how science diplomacy

“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

Madrid Declaration on Science Diplomacy published!

After S4D4C’s 1st Global Meeting on Science Diplomacy took place in Madrid in December last year, we are now proud to announce that our “Madrid Declaration on Science Diplomacy” has been published! It was signed

[closed] Call for papers: Diplomats in science diplomacy – Promoting scientific and technological collaboration in international relations

The Commission on Science Technology & Diplomacy is inviting scholars to submit papers for an upcoming workshop from July 19-20 at the Niels Bohr Institute in Copenhagen, Denmark. Call for papers: Diplomats in science diplomacy:

S4D4C partner Tim Flink joins the UK’s POST Annual Reception on January 29

S4D4C team member Tim Flink will be joining a panel on science diplomacy organised by the UK’s Parliamentary Office of Science & Technology (POST) tomorrow, January 29. The panel is organised in the context of

S4D4C partners to chair panels on science diplomacy during the ICPP4 (Montreal) and the ECPR conference (Wrocław)

Pauline Ravinet (University of Lille) and Mitchell Young (Charles University) are partners in S4D4C. In June and September of this year they will chair panels dedicated to science diplomacy during two major events in the