Redesign progress now! The use of knowledge for a re-conceptualised human progress

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mercredi 28 octobre 2015
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This articles was written by Claudia Neubauer (FSC) and Matthieu Calame (FPH) in 2013. It was published in the 5th GUNi Report Higher Education in the World: Knowledge, Engagement and Higher Education: Contributing to Social Change, which has been published in February 2014 by Palgrave Macmillan.

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Key note: Media in Responsible Research and Innovation – European Intersectoral Summit on Research and Innovation, 25 et 26 February 2013, Dublin

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lundi 4 février 2013
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This key note was held by Dr. Claudia Neubauer, former director of Fondation Sciences Citoyennes, at the EISRI meeting (European Intersectoral Summit on Research and Innovation), Trinity College Dublin – 25-26 February 2013

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Agriculture et sciences citoyennes : Quelles orientations pour la recherche sur la biodiversité cultivée ?

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mardi 11 septembre 2012
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La recherche sur la biodiversité cultivée, et la recherche scientifique en général, ne peuvent être coupées des enjeux actuels qui caractérisent notre société. On ne peut isoler une innovation ou un laboratoire de recherche du contexte dans lequel ils évoluent. La recherche scientifique est étroitement liée aux modes de pensées et de savoirs qui régissent notre société, mais aussi aux politiques publiques, marchés et modes de consommation. Ils l’orientent et la définissent.

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Opening Up Societal Futures through EU Research and Innovation Agendas

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mardi 4 septembre 2012
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The article on  Opening Up Societal Futures through EU Research and Innovation Agendas was written by Les Levidow (Open University, Milton Keynes) and Claudia Neubauer (Fondation Sciences Citoyennes, Paris). It was published in EASST Revue, Volume 31 (3) European Association for the Study of Science and Technology, September 2012.

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« Collective wisdom », an interview with Claudia Neubauer, FSC

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vendredi 22 juin 2012
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Fondation Sciences Citoyennes wants science to be closer to the real concerns of citizens. In Paris, Tania Rabesandratana spoke with the organisation’s director Claudia Neubauer about her fight for unbiased, participatory research.

Science in Society was Framework 7’s funding programme dedicated to reflection and debate on science and technology in our society. It had a budget of €330 million for 2007-13, but the programme has been axed in the proposal for Horizon 2020, the follow-up to Framework 7 for 2014-20. Fondation Sciences Citoyennes, a French not-for-profit association, is among those who are fighting to reverse the programme’s removal. The organisation, founded in Paris in 2002 by a group of researchers, has urged the European Commission to create a comparable funding stream for Horizon 2020 with a €1-billion budget, or 1.25 per cent of the proposed €80bn total budget.

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