Prof. Rentetzi was invited by German newspaper DIE ZEIT to participate in a panel discussion about “The Future of Science Diplomacy” on December 1, 2022. The panel is part of a one-day event on “Universities in Times of Crisis,” to be held at Auditorium Friedrichstraße in Berlin. Prof. Rentetzi’s fellow discussants will be Dr. Georg […]
Moderator: Maria Rentetzi (FAU, Chair of Science, Technology and Gender Studies) November 29, 2022 Venue: JOSEPHS https://josephs-innovation.de/wp/ Deep transformations of international relationships together with the rapid evolution of innovations are leading to renewed geopolitical rivalries and fragmentation. At the same time, the terrifying prospect of a nuclear conflict makes the use of nuclear military technologies […]
In the last issue of FAU’s research magazine, alexander!, an interview with Prof. Rentetzi was published (in German) in which she reflects upon science diplomacy. You can read it here.
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