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AACIMP 2010 Summer School lecture by Zinayida Klestova.
More info at http://summerschool.ssa.org.ua

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Euroscience Presentation

  1. 1. EUROSCIENCE – A EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE PROMOTION OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY and ESOFs http://www.euroscience.org/, http://www.esof.eu/ Клестова Зинаида Сергеевна, доктор ветеринарных наук, Заведующая отделом, ученый секретарь, Институт ветеринарной медицины УААН, Евросайенс E-mail: zklestova@yandex.ru
  2. 2. Workgroups Listing  EducationEthics in Science  Industrial Science & Technology  Integration & Collaboration in European Science  Public Awareness of Science  Science Communication  Science Policy  Science Publishing  Science and Urgent Problems of Society  Technology Transfer  Young Scientists
  3. 3. Regional Sections  AZERBAIJAN SECTION  BULGARIAN SECTION  ESTONIAN SECTION  GREEK SECTION  GRENOBLE SECTION  ILE-DE-FRANCE SECTION  IRISH SECTION  LEMAN SECTION  MOLDAVIAN SECTION  ROMANIAN SECTION  RUSSIAN SECTION  CENTRAL RUSSIAN SECTION  SERBIAN SECTION  UKRAINIAN SECTION
  4. 4. Activities  Colloquium: In the Spirit of Sakharov  Earthwake- Science across Television  Eurowistdom- Women in Science  Euroscience 10th Anniversary  Euroscience Media Awards  Rammal Award  Science meets Poetry  Events elsewhere  Archives   ESOFs
  5. 5. ESOFs – Euroscience Open Forums 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010 ESOF aims to:  Strengthen the links between Science & Society,  Create an integrated space for S&T in Europe,  Foster a European Platform for debate on S&T,  Influence S&T policies.
  6. 6. 25-28 August, STOCKHOLM, Sweden         
  7. 7. 15-19 July 2006,  Munich, Germany
  8. 8. July 18-22 2008, Barcelona, Spain
  9. 9. 2-7 July 2010, Torino,Italy
  10. 10. Dublin, Ireland on 12–16 July 2012
  11. 11. More and more countries are investing in science The motivation is typically tied to Innovation and the economy Health and quality of life of their people (by Alan I. Leshner next 15 slides, Chief Executive Officer Executive Publisher, Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science)
  12. 12. World society is becoming more global in character  Science and technology are important instruments of globalization • Communication and information technologies  Science and technology are critical components of every major issue facing global society • Cause • Cure
  13. 13. Conclusion: more and more countries are investing in science  High quality science is now going on all over the world
  14. 14. Science has become more and more collaborative  On both domestic and international scales
  15. 15. International research teams are becoming much more common  One-on-one collaborations  Large international projects • Human Genome Project • Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change  Large shareable resources and infrastructure • Most telescope/array projects • Large Hadron Collider • ITER
  16. 16. All of this is good, but……  If we want science to reach its full potential and best serve society • We need to move to the next level of internationalization
  17. 17. Science needs to become a truly global enterprise  Able to work on global issues in a global way
  18. 18. Building a global scientific community  Develop global standards • Scientific ethics • Intellectual property • Publication/access issues  Harmonize science policies across countries • E.g., embryonic stem cell research • Research using animal subjects  Help bring developing scientific communities into the global community  Better coordinate funding policies  Streamline diverse bureaucracies • American researchers spend 42% of research time on administrative tasks
  19. 19. How can we harmonize the global scientific community?  Country to country  Existing international organizations • IAP • UNESCO  Better exploit/focus large gatherings • AAAS • ESOF • World Science Forum • STS Forum  Develop new institutions/organizations
  20. 20. Thanks for your attention!

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