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8:00am

The Young Academy movement
    Friday July 13, 2012 8:00am - 9:30am @ Wicklow Meeting Room 1

    Young academies are currently formed all over the world. These are groups of excellent young scientists who get together in order to act across disciplinary borders and create voices of young researchers. This creates dynamic and creative groups with great potential, which may be well suited to help finding possible solutions to the future grand challenges which badly needs new ways of thinking and real multidisciplinary collaborations.
    Die Junge Akademie in Germany was established in 2000 and has been a source of inspiration for other young academies to be established worldwide. In 2010 a Global Young Academy was started and in 2011 a Young Academy was established in Sweden.
    This session will put the movement of young academies in a global perspective and discuss if the young academies are filling an existing gap and what should be their role and function in the future? What can the Young Academies contribute with and what is their unique role?



    Speakers
    Young Academy, Sweden

    KTH - Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

     Die Junge Akademie, Germany

    Global Young Academy, Germany

    Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, Sweden


    Type Science Programme, Policy
    Host Organization The Young Academy of Sweden
  • Organiser Anna Sjöström Douagi
  • Tags SP92
 




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