At the Second Open Conference, InsSciDE will shine a spotlight on the role of the humanities, and in particular history, in the project, looking also at ethical issues as they pertain to science diplomacy.
The University of Vienna (Department of Political Science) will cohost a seminar with Prof. Stefan Elbe (University of Sussex, Centre for Global Health Policy) on September 26 2019.
Three members of the InsSciDE consortium held a round table discussion at a conference on the History of Science and Technology in Kiruna, Sweden, 27-29 March 2019.
InsSciDE’s first major public event is held jointly with the ‘Academy of Young Diplomats’ annual training conference. It will be an encounter between InsSciDE researchers, science diplomacy practitioners, and career and training level diplomats from more than 70 countries. For information and registration form click HERE.