The Center for Science and Diplomacy hosted a virtual event on March 16th that featured four authors who wrote pieces for its February special issue discussing the intersection of emerging technologies and diplomacy.
To foster discussion about a role for science diplomacy in responding to the challenges and opportunities posed by emerging technologies, the Center hosted a webinar featuring four authors from selected pieces included in Science & Diplomacy's special issue on science diplomacy and emerging technologies. The event was held on March 16, 11:30 am to 1:00 pm EST. Watch the recording, available here.
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