This article has been written by Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth and was originally published on S4D4C´s website. Science diplomacy is not new, but it is more important than ever due to the scientific dimension
In May 2020 S4D4C launched an online course on European science diplomacy. Almost 5,000 students have registered – this surpasses our expectations. Let’s seize the moment and build a science diplomacy community! S4D4C offers you a series of six live
In the midst of promoting the S4D4C European Science Diplomacy Online Course, which was launched last on May 27, S4D4C is happy to announce the fourth interview in its stakeholder’s voice series. In May the communications team talked to Dr.
On May 28, S4D4C launched its “European Science Diplomacy Online Course” This online course will introduce you to the field of science diplomacy. The course benefits from a theoretical as well as a practical dimension, as it gives you information
S4D4C released a special section on its website dedicated to science diplomacy training materials. What’s the background? In 2019, S4D4C organised two training workshops on Science Diplomacy – one in October in Trieste and one in November in Vienna. Since
SciTech DiploHub, the Barcelona Science and Technology Diplomacy Hub, is a pioneering non-profit public-private partnership backed by leading research centers, universities, start-ups, and public institutions that positions Barcelona as a global lab in science diplomacy for cities around the world.
For the website-category “stakeholder’s voices”, S4D4C invites selected experts in the field of science diplomacy and foreign policy to share their insights and knowledge about science diplomacy. With the “stakeholder’s voices” S4D4C also show the views of experts who are
The S4D4C event, opened by Tim Flink and Elke Dall of the S4D4C consortium at the Magnus-Haus (seat of the German Physical Society) in Berlin, contributed further to the visibility that the science diplomacy concept gained over the previous decade.
In May, InsSciDE participated in a panel discussion at Roma Tre University at a workshop on “The history of EURATOM. – Science, international politics and nuclear diplomacy”. Project Coordinator, Pascal Griset, offered the panel a survey of the InsSciDE project
The first of four InsSciDE policy briefs is now available for download. The policy brief on Building an interdisciplinary European science diplomacy targets European institutional governance, research & funding, pedagogy and knowledge transfer. Science diplomacy is at the core of