Rebooting Science Diplomacy in the Context of COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is amplifying preexisting tensions between the United States and China across all domains, including science and technology. This is happening even as global science and technology cooperation has become a central feature of public health and the development of vaccines and treatments. … Read More

Mon May 18, 12:00 PM UTC-4 (EDT) | Science Diplomacy: How can one foster the other? – INETNYC

Interested about a career in Science Diplomacy? Or just curious to understand what lies at the intersection of these two fields? Join us and hear about the journey of scientists who chose to unite their expertise with diplomacy to create bridges between nations, communities and societies in order to help address global challenges and sustainable development goals.… Read More

Governments knew a pandemic was a threat – here’s why they weren’t better prepared

How is it possible that we were not ready? Not only had Bill Gates been banging on about this for a long time, but pandemics also featured strongly on regional and national risk registers produced by governments and bureaucrats, as well as international registers from non-governmental organisations.… Read More

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