The Working Breakfast at the European Parliament held on 21 April 2016 in Brussels, hosted by Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) of the European Commission, was dedicated to gender dimension of technology and science. This event, followed by a Stakeholder Forum, officially marked the launch of the GenPORT portal (www.genderportal.eu).
Intersection joined the GENERA H2020 project and serves as the contact to SEE region. GENERA is the Horizon 2020 project aiming at continuing, monitoring and improving the Gender Equality Plans of Research Institutions and Organizations specifically in the physics research field.
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Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (MISASA), to celebrate 70 years of its work, is organizing an exhibition “Mathematical Science and Us”, at the Gallery of Science and Technology from 09 to 31 May 2016. MISASA and INTERSECTION, as one of the co-organizers of the exhibition, are inviting students to apply for volunteering at this unique event.
From 9 to 11 April at the National Parliament of the Republic of Serbia, a hundred of high school students gathered together to debate science on the topic of “The future of the human being” in the framework of the European Student Parliaments project organized by Intersection from Belgrade and Wissenschaft im Dialog from Berlin. After the final debate the Jury selected the winners – six best debaters will travel to Manchester where they will test the debating skills on scientific topics by working with their peers from across Europe.
National Student Parliament, the part of the international project “European Student Parliaments: Debate Science!”, takes place on 9-11 April 2016 at the National Parliament of the Republic of Serbia (Trg Nikole Pašića 13, Belgrade). The national project coordinator in Serbia is the Centre for Science and Innovation (Intersection) and at European level the project is led by Wissenschaft im Dialog (Science in Dialog) from Germany.
We invite high school students interested in science, the scientific debate and parliamentary procedures to apply for the project “European Student Parliament”. The national project coordinator in Serbia is the Centre for Science and Innovation (Intersection) and at European level the project is led by Wissenschaft im Dialog (Science in Dialog) from Germany. Student parliament in Belgrade will be held at the National Parliament of Serbia from 9 to 11 April, 2016.
From May 31st to June 2nd the IoT Week will be held in Belgrade gathering 300 to 500 industry and academia representatives from around the world. IoT Forum, jointly with DunavNET as local host of the IoT Week 2016, and Intersection as one of the co-organizers, together with IoT and makers’ communities are shaping up an exciting event.
We invite you to join us on Sunday 29 November 2015, at 1 PM, at the Republic Square in Belgrade, to support the action against climate change! Organizer of Belgrade’s gathering, as the part of Climate March, is Intersection, action-tank that advocates for responsible research and innovation, evidence based policies and for bringing closer science and society. The organizer of this initiative on global level is Avaaz group, and local partner is “Eco Musketeers” organization.
“Intersection. Centre for Science and Innovation”, with the support of Faculty of Economics, Finance and Administration (FEFA), within Parliamentary Week announced a new cycle of the project “European Student Parliament” to high school and university students aged between 16 and 19. The project will take place both in Serbia and in many European countries. Five finalists from each country will participate in the final debate in Manchester during Europe’s largest scientific conference EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) in July 2016.