The report on the November 29th meeting in Edinburgh which was linked to ISSTI’s 50th anniversary and which brought together over 100 AsSIST-UK members is available
The S&T Select Committee has just published its latest report, concerning science communication and (public) engagement. AsSIST-UK submitted evidence to the report during its deliberations. Continue reading “S&T Select Committee Report on Science Communication and Engagement released today”
The newly enlarged Innovation Caucus – now with 70 member from across the social sciences, includes a number of AsSIST-UK members. This is an important opportunity for STS to engage with policy. The Caucus is supported by the ESRC and Innovate UK. Continue reading “Enlarged Innovation Caucus and UK Industrial Strategy”
At the recent EASST/4S meeting in Barcelona, Pablo Santoro and Arthur Ferreira organised a meeting of STS/STIS national associations to discuss collaboration. Continue reading “New Directory of STS Associations”
There is a useful commentary by Dan Sarewitz in this week’s Nature on Trump’s election and the sort of science policies his presidency might consider pursuing.
The 2016 Annual Review for the Science and Technology Studies Unit (SATSU) has been published today. It is available via this link: http://www.york.ac.uk/satsu/news-events/news/2016satsuannualreview/