Workshop on research and innovation policy in Beijing , 7 may 2013


VIce President of the Chinese Association of Science and Technology, Mrs CHENG Donghong, adressed the workshop.
Chinese Association for Science and Technology (CAST)

The workshop brought together, among other, experts from the top university Tsinghua University, Chinese Academy of Science, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Chinese Academy for Science, Technology and Development. Chairman of ERIAB and Rector of Maastricht University, Luc Soete, Jan Staman( Director of the Rathenau Institute), Carl Mitcham and Rene von Schomberg were the “western” participants. The meeting was convened by Prof. Xue Lan and Rene von Schomberg to discuss how China and Europe could work together on the Grand Challenges. Later more…

About Rene von Schomberg

Dr. Dr.phil. RENE VON SCHOMBERG is a philosopher and a STS specialist. He is currently Guest Professor at the Technical University of Darmstadt. He holds Ph.D's from the University of Twente (NL) (Science and Technology Studies) and J.W.Goethe University in Frankfurt (Philosophy). He has been a European Union Fellow at George Mason University, USA in 2007 and has been with the European Commission since 1998, where he is now leading a team on Open Science. He is author/co-editor of 14 books, and establishing a global resource on Responsible Innovation. In july 2019, the 'International Handbook on Responsible Innovation. A global rescource' was published. The book brings together the work of 60 leading authors from all over the world. He is running a blog:
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