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Scienza, tecnologia e società, Daniele Mezzana, 7 May 2011 

New Indigo, Science brings Europe and India closer, 4 May 2011

Science Africa. Vol. 15. March-April 2011, cover and page 7

EU Agenda. SET-DEV Final Seminar May 2011 

A Breakfast Roundtable with Stakeholders & SETDEV Final Outputs’ Workshop, 29 April 2011

Cordis Wire, SET-DEV Final Seminar in Brussels, 27 April 2011

EU Agenda, SET-DEV Final Seminar in Africa, April 2011

Cordis Wire, SET-DEV Final Seminar in Kenya, 27 April 2011

Nairobi: SET-DEV final seminar, Daniele Mezzana, 21 April 2011

EU Agenda, SET-DEV FInal Seminar in India, March 2011

ATPS - Launch of the African Manifesto for ST&I Video Documentary, 26 November 2010:

Part 1

Part 2

The New Sunday Express. Science and Society. 21 November 2010 

Conference on Privacy Law, Technology Policy and the Internet,  14 December 2009

Innovation, Sustainability, Development: A New MANIFESTO

Nuffic – Netherlands organization for international cooperation in higher education, 26 March 2008

CNR – Ufficio Programmi di Formazione Cofinanziati , January 2009

LSC – Laboratorio di Scienze della Cittadinanza

Bioethic Diskurs - Bioethics and Science Communication research team of MDC

University Maastricht – Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences – Department of Technology & Society Studies

Lunds Universitet

ACTS – African centre for Technology Studies

KICS – Knowledge in Civil Society (India)

Nabubwaya’s journey (blog of the Kenyan Debbie Nabubwaya Wanyama)




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“International dialogue: capacity building in developing countries" launched by the EC DG RTD.

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