In the past year we’ve seen how science and diplomacy are inextricably connected. We encountered the Zika virus, a global health threat that governments must address with concerted international policies. We signed the Paris Agreement and agreed to a set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals that will require collaboration across continents. We saw an Executive Order from the new United States administration disrupt the mobility of scientists and the free flow of ideas across the globe.
At this one-day conference, scientists, policymakers, practitioners, and students from all over the world will come together to grapple with these and other emerging questions of science diplomacy. Join us.