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

Science Diplomacy at the European “R&I Days”

The European Commission’s hosted its R&I Days (“Research and Innovation Days”) with a strong component on science diplomacy and international cooperation from 22-24 October. More information about the event is available on the dedicated website.

Future-Casting Science Diplomacy: Twelve months of COVID-19: Shaping the next era of science diplomacy

Our associated partner, AAAS Center for Science Diplomacy, published a call for a special issue of its journal “Science and Diplomacy” entitled “Future-Casting Science Diplomacy: Twelve months of COVID-19: Shaping the next era of science

S4D4C researchers providing actors’ perspectives – InsSciDE/The Hague Journal webinars

Our sister project InsSciDE organized a two-days webinar session titled “Actors’ perspectives: Science diplomacy and the cross-sectoral impacts of Covid-19″. In the 4 panels, different practitioners, scholars and stakeholders of science diplomacy discussed science diplomacy

Ionising Radiation Research, Social Sciences and Humanities and Science Diplomacy

On 3 September 2020, our S4D4C partner Lorenzo Melchor ran a workshop entitled “An Introduction to Science Diplomacy: Navigating the Complex Interface between Science, Technology, Innovation, and International Relations” during the Pre-RICOMET Conference which dealt

Careers beyond the lab: discussions at the European Science Open Forum

The bi-annual European Science Open Forum had been postponed from July to September and was carried out as one of the largest “hybrid” science events from 2 to 6 September 2020. More than 1000 people

“Science Diplomacy and Global Challenges” at the ECPR General Conference

Our S4D4C partner Mitchell Young (Charles University Prague) organised a panel at the general conference of the European Consortium For Political Research (ECPR) on August 28, 9.00-10.45 CET. It is part of the section on

S4D4C at the EASST/4S 2020 conference: STI, science diplomacy and international knowledge asymmetries

S4D4C presented a session on Friday, August 21, 3:00 to 4:40 pm CEST. STI, science diplomacy and international knowledge asymmetries In the frame of the conference theme “Locating and Timing Matters: Significance and agency of

Building a Science Diplomacy Curriculum

Our colleague Marga Gual Soler (TWAS) co-authored an article with Jean-Christophe Mauduit, Department of Science, Technology, Engineering and Public Policy, University College London, London, United Kingdom in “Frontiers in Education” titled “Building a Science Diplomacy

S4D4C contributions to The Hague Journal of Diplomacy Forum on Science Diplomacy in open access

Several S4D4C researchers have contributed to the Forum on Science Diplomacy which is available in The Hague Journal of Diplomacy put together by Pierre-Bruno Ruffini from the Faculty of International Affairs, University of Le Havre-Normandie,