To celebrate the 10th anniversary of its online publication, the Center hosted the webinar "A Decade of Science & Diplomacy" on November 8th, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm ET. The event featured four authors who contributed to the issue published on October 12th reflecting on the state of science diplomacy throughout the last ten years. Contributors are most of the first authors to publish in Science & Diplomacy during its first year, in 2012. The recording is available here.
The Ambassador of Finland to the U.S., Ambassador Mikko Hautala spoke with Science & Diplomacy on Finland's science diplomacy strategy. This is the eleventh interview of the Ambassador Interview Series.
The Ambassador of Italy to the U.S., Ambassador Mariangela Zappia spoke with Science & Diplomacy on Italy's science diplomacy strategy. This is the tenth interview of the Ambassador Interview Series.
The Ambassador of the United Kingdom to the U.S., Ambassador Dame Karen Pierce spoke with Science & Diplomacy on the UK's science diplomacy strategy. This is the ninth interview of the Ambassador Interview Series.
AAAS and The World Academy of Sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries (TWAS), based in Trieste, Italy, are seeking candidates for the AAAS-TWAS Course on Science Diplomacy to be held online from 25 July to 3 August 2022. The workshop will be held virtually. For the second consecutive year, applications to attend the course are being invited from ‘participant pairs.’
The submissions period ended on April 20.
The Ambassador of France to the U.S., Ambassador Philippe Étienne spoke with Science & Diplomacy on France’s vision of the nexus between science and diplomacy. This is the eighth interview of the Ambassador Interview Series.
The Center hosted a virtual event at the 2022 AAAS Annual Meeting to showcase the renaming of the AAAS David and Betty Hamburg Award for Science Diplomacy. The primary goal of this event was the screening of a short documentary, which was produced with funding from Carnegie Corporation of New York. The event brought together former winners, the 2022 winner, and other science diplomacy stakeholders.
Minister Lim Hye Sook has been the Minister of Science and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) of the Republic of Korea since May 2021. Minister Lim talked with Sudip Parikh, the Chief Executive Officer of AAAS and Executive Publisher of the Science family of journals, during her visit to Washington, DC in December 2021.