The Science and Democracy Network (SDN) was established in 2002 to enhance the quality and significance of scholarship in science and technology studies (STS) by training young professionals and by forging links between STS and related fields of study and practice.
The SDN sponsors an annual meeting whose primary goal is to strengthen and deepen STS scholarship on science and democracy, and to provide training opportunities for young STS scholars to enable them to participate more effectively in decision processes and public affairs.
Information about past meetings, back to the first meeting in 2002, is available here.
The dates for the 12th Annual SDN Meeting are June 30th-July 2nd, 2013 in Cambridge, MA. View the program and register at the meeting's Eventbrite page.
On June 25-27, 2012, the Science and Democracy Network held its 11th Annual Meeting in Paris, France. Hosted by IFRIS and Pierre-Benoit Joly, the meeting was the first in what we hope will be a series of annual meetings alternately hosted by partner institutions in the United States and Europe.
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