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Date(s) - 13/06/2022 - 14/06/2022
12:00 am


As the 2021 Cain Conference Fellow of the Science History Institute in Philadelphia, Prof. Dr. Maria Rentetzi will convene a two-day conference in Paris.

A panel discussion called “Is Science Diplomacy on Hold?” will take place on the evening of June 13 (in person only) which will feature these illustrious speakers: Aristides Baltas (former Minister of Culture of Greece), Melissa Denecke (IAEA), Joachim Hornegger (President FAU), Gabriella Ivacs (IAEA), John Krige (Georgia Institute of Technology), Angela Liberatore (European Research Council Executive Agency).

Monday, June 13, 2022–Tuesday, June 14, 2022
Maison de la Chimie
28, Rue Saint-Dominique
75007 Paris
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Diplomatic Studies of Science: The Interplay of Science, Technology, and International Affairs after the Second World War


About the Gordon Cain Conference

The Gordon Cain Conference is a gathering of scholars in the history of science and related fields. Each conference is organized by an eminent scholar who worked with staff to develop a theme of broad contemporary relevance. Centered on a topic chosen by the conference organizer, the conference consists of an evening public lecture, a symposium, and a collected volume. It is hosted by the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center for the History of Chemistry and supported by a generous gift from Gordon Cain.

“Is Science Diplomacy on Hold?” and more at the Gordon Cain Conference (Paris, online)