Diplomatic Studies of Science: The Interplay of Science, Technology, and International Affairs after the Second World War Monday, June 13, 2022–Tuesday, June 14, 20229:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. CET (UTC +1)Maison de la Chimie28, Rue Saint-Dominique75007 Paris, France The 2021 Gordon Cain Conference focuses on the fascinating interplay of science, technology, and international affairs after the Second […]
Donatella Germanese visited the STGS at FAU in February 2022 supported by the ERC-Project ‘Living with Radiation: The History of Radiation Protection and the International Atomic Energy Agency’. Donatella Germanese studies the interface between literature, the arts, and science. With a focus on the twentieth century, she examines how technology and scientific topics were discussed […]
For our next guest lecture on March 17, 2022, we welcome Professor emeritus John Krige (Georgia Institute of Technology), author of the landmark study American Hegemony and the Postwar Reconstruction of Science in Europe(2006). His talk at STGS draws on his latest book Knowledge Regulation and National Security in Postwar America (co-authored with Mario Daniels, forthcoming with the University […]
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