Symposium, March 20-21, 2023, Vienna, Austria Organizers: Johannes Mattes 1, Cécile Philippe 2, Maria Rentetzi 3 1 Institute of Culture Studies and Theatre History (IKT), Austrian Academy of Sciences 2 Division of Nuclear Medicine, Department of Biomedical Imaging and Image-guided Therapy, Medical University of Vienna 3 Chair of Science Technology and Gender Studies, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg […]
An interview with Professor Rentetzi was published in the latest issue of ZEIT GERMANY: Study & Research. In it, she explains what the concept of science diplomacy – which is “suddenly on everyone’s lips” – is all about, and she also gives some insight into her personal career path. Read the interview here.
Prof. Dr. Maria Rentetzi was recently featured in FAU.tv’s “Who Is…?” series. In the short video, she talks about what motivates her work at the crossroads of Science and Technology Studies and International Affairs. Watch it here.
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