Conference on advancing science and society interactions

November 11, 2004

Brussels, 10 Nov 2004

With support from the Commission's Science and Society programme, the second Living Knowledge conference, entitled 'Advancing science and society interactions', will take place in Seville, Spain, from 3 to 5 February 2005.

The event will provide a forum for discussions on community based research, carried out in both a community and academic setting, and will reflect the social impact and scientific value of research from a range of disciplines, including social, natural, physical and technological sciences.

Conference themes will include:
- the impact of communities on the research and policy agenda;
- citizen participation in research and policy making;
- the development of infrastructures for mediation and communication of community based research;
- local and global demands for access to research, science, education and technology.

For further information, please consult the following web address:
http:///www.scienceshops.org
Remarks: The official languages of the conference are English and Spanish

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