Science and Technology Events

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Environmental Health Crises in Southwest China

November 08, 2006 // 8:00am10:00am
China Environment Forum
Millions of rural and urban citizens in China suffer from health problems and limits to economic development due to contamination or shortages of water and air pollution from coal. In southwest China, water challenges are particularly acute due to that region's karst geology, where much of the water flows underground through caves rather than on the surface
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Media Coverage of Climate Science: Broader Lessons for Science Journalism?

July 25, 2006 // 9:00am3:00pm
Environmental Change and Security Program
Since 2003, a group of eminent scientists and media leaders have participated in a series of workshops to better understand the dictates of their respective professions and improve coverage of climate science. Participants discuss the issues reaised at the workshops about the roles of the media and the science community in relaying information to the public.
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Climate Change Politics in North America (Part Two)

May 19, 2006 // 9:00am2:00pm
Canada Institute
The Wilson Center's Canada Institute and Environmental Change and Security Program host a two-day conference in partnership with the University of New Hampshire to examine the rapidly evolving North American debate on climate change politics.
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Climate Change Politics in North America (Part One)

May 18, 2006 // 1:00pm5:30pm
Canada Institute
The Wilson Center's Canada Institute and ECSP host a two-day conference in partnership with the University of New Hampshire to examine the rapidly evolving North American debate on climate change politics.

Commemoration of the Chernobyl Disaster: The Human Experience Twenty Years Later

April 26, 2006 // 8:30am7:30pm
Kennan Institute
Although many people know the basic story of Chernobyl, for U.S. audiences the details and the human experience of Chernobyl have faded. The Kennan Institute, in cooperation with the University of Alberta and the Harriman Institute, will commemorate the disaster on its twentieth anniversary in an attempt to help to bring the personal side of the story back into the spotlight.

Biotechnology Innovations in a Developing Country: Brazilian Research and Development to Help the World's Poor

March 13, 2006 // 2:00pm4:00pm
Brazil Institute
Brazil has made tremendous advances in the field of biotechnology despite its status as a developing country. It has taken advantage of its public-sector infrastructure and low-cost production to invest in health research and development, creating and patenting new vaccines, technologies, and health services to combat diseases that primarily affect the poor.

Live Webcast-- Nanotechnology & the Media: Realities & Risk

December 14, 2005 // 8:00am9:00am
Science and Technology Innovation Program
Overview of media treatment of Nanotechnology

Live Webcast: First Research Inventory of the Environmental, Health and Safety Impacts of Nanotechnology

November 29, 2005 // 8:00am9:00am
Science and Technology Innovation Program
No single inventory exists of government-funded research on the potential environmental, human health, and safety (EH&S) effects of nanotechnology. To fill this critical gap, the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars-—a program created in partnership with The Pew Charitable Trusts—-will release a publicly accessible, online database of government-supported risk-related nanotech research.

Live Webcast: 2005 State of the Future

November 14, 2005 // 11:00am12:30pm
Science and Technology Innovation Program
Jerome C. Glenn, co-author of 2005 State of the Future provided his insights into the collective intelligence of nearly 2,000 leading minds in more than 50 countries.
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Live Webcast: Release of First International Strategy to Test Nanomaterials' Toxicity

October 20, 2005 // 9:00am10:00am
Science and Technology Innovation Program
Video of the event is now available.

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