Center for Science Diplomacy

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  • This October, Marga Gual Soler completed a successful six-month term as a visiting research scholar at the AAAS Center for Science Diplomacy. Gual Soler investigated science diplomacy practices and mechanisms in Latin America. Her research focused on intergovernmental research networks consisting...
  • Untitled Document Center Events Archive [ 2010 ] [ 2009 ] [ 2008 ] 2010 February 2, 2010 First Look: Pyongyang University of Science and Technology 2009 December 9, 2009 East Africa, Regional Integration, and Scientific Cooperation June 1-2, 2009 New Frontiers in Science Diplomacy Related article...
  • Participants the in first-ever AAAS-TWAS course on science diplomacy, held in Trieste, Italy | photo by Ezio Vuck This piece is republished with permission from TWAS.org . Along the fortified border between Poland and Belarus, in the Bialowieża Primeval Forest, researchers from both nations are...
  • A AAAS-led group (left) meets with its hosts at the Cuban Academy of Sciences in Havana. | AAAS/Kathy Wren HAVANA, CUBA — On a 90-degree morning in April, a AAAS-led group of U.S. scientists and policy experts stepped gratefully out of the tropical glare of a Havana side street and into the elegant...
  • Scientific cooperation spans the globe, as illustrated in this map of collaborations based on co-authored publications | Olivier H. Beauchesne, olihb.com . Data from Science Matrix & Scopus Uprooting and moving to a new country takes gumption — a quality also in large supply among successful...
  • A roundtable meeting organized by the Center for Science Diplomacy of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in Washington, DC, USA. Read an article about this event .
  • William J. Burns, the U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, contributed an article on science diasporas to Science & Diplomacy . The Potential of Science Diasporas By William J. Burns Two powerful currents in today’s international landscape present important opportunities for American diplomacy: the...