The Secretariat is delighted to welcome Louise Drogoul as Junior Advisor and announce that Mattias Björnmalm has been promoted to Senior Advisor for Research & Innovation following the completion of the Secretariat’s Result and Development Cycle.
If Europe is to make progress in tackling major societal challenges such as climate change, an ageing population and global pandemics, strong engineering competencies are needed, write Henrik Pedersen and Mogens Rysholt Poulsen (Aalborg University)
For the past half-century, collaboration and partnership with other nations in Europe have been ‘built in’ to our political culture; now, Britain faces a voyage into the unknown. What’s really important is that we form a powerful global community for making a difference to lives all over the world, just as CESAER Members have been doing for the last thirty years, writes Max Lu, President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Surrey
Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) will host a conference in Tomsk (Russian Federation) in September 2021 providing (i) a global stage to its (international) networks, and (ii) an opportunity to reach out and engage with universities of S&T from China, Europe and Russia.
The symposium will take place as a hybrid event in the fringe of COP 26 on Monday, 8 November 2021 from 8:30 to 15:00 local Glasgow time. Strathclyde will host this joint event at its Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC) located in central Glasgow two miles from the SEC.