download the flyer here. As the Russian war in Ukraine has forced the redrawing of the global geopolitical map, national foreign science policies face novel challenges: from climate change and the role of artificial intelligence in all aspects of human life to the reemergence of the nuclear threat and of deadly pandemics. In this, much […]
Science Diplomacy – Studies in the Historical Entanglement of Science, Technology and Diplomacy This series seeks to place the relation among science, technology and diplomacy within a historical perspective. Works in the series may focus on the complexities of the tangled relationship between two intrinsically valued practices, the scientific and the diplomatic. Particular attention is […]
Prof. Dr. Maria Rentetzi will be part of a panel discussion with officials of the IAEA and other leading experts and will discuss the evolution of the Standards from various perspectives including the IAEA’s role in their development, their practical use in Member States and their dissemination. With this in mind, the panel will examine […]
As a unique technoscientific and diplomatic organization, the IAEA embodies the defining feature of post-WWII nuclear research: political collaboration on an international level became the precondition for any international scientific cooperation.More InfoProjects
In the late 1950s the UN started to develop an international regulatory system for managing ionizing radiation risks based heavily on the geopolitical division of the world.More Info
HRP-IAEA has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program.
Grant Agreement number: 770548 — HRP-IAEA — ERC-2017-COG