Gema Revuelta will moderate the debate: “Autonomous mobility: when the car decides”
The debate will take place on Monday, October 29, 2018, at 6 pm at the Macaya Palace. In this debate, it is proposed to reflect on three issues, especially focused on vehicle decisions: how will they be taken and in accordance with what? Who will make the decision?...
HEIRRI Training Programmes (in Spanish) – innovación e investigación responsables
The HEIRRI Training Programmes and formative materials designed for different educational levels (bachelor’s, master’s, PhD, MOOC, Summer schools, train-the-trainer, secondary school teachers), mainly based on innovative and participative methodologies (following a...
The HEIRRI Consortium gathers in Barcelona for the last project meeting
On June 26th, the HEIRRI Consortium gathered in Barcelona to celebrate the last meeting of the project, due to conclude at the end of August. The team used this opportunity to share final results of the several tasks of the project, but it was most of all a time for discussion and reflection about what the group has achieved during the three years of work.
Open Position: President of Scientists Dating Forum
The association Scientists Dating Forum (SciDF) is looking for a new president. It is an exciting and challenging opportunity to, together with a diverse and motivated team, take part in developing and positioning SciDF inside the regional science ecosystem. Application Deadline: 1st July 2018.
2018 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards
Since their inception in 1945, the AAAS Science Journalism Awards have honored professional journalists for distinguished reporting on the sciences, engineering, and mathematics. In recognition of a generous endowment by The Kavli Foundation, the awards now are called the AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards, and the contest is open to journalists worldwide. The competition is open to journalists around the world.
The SCS participates in the PCST conference in New Zealand
From April 3rd to 6th 2018, the city of Dunedin, New Zealand, hosts the international conference of the Public Communication of Science and Technology (PCST) network. This year, Gema Revuelta (Director of the Science, Communication and Society Studies Centre, SCS-UPF), Carolina Llorente (SCS-UPF Coordinator) and Núria Saladié (SCS-UPF International Projects’ Coordinator) participate in this year’s event, revolving around the theme “Science, Stories and Society”.