The point of departure for The Royal Academy Annual Science-policy Meeting 2017 was the Danish Universities as a social function, as a learning facility for the best talents of country and a creative space for innovation and development. These roles of the universities are more important than ever. A lot is at stake: it is all about culture, common good, and the economy.
PROGRAM FOR THE AFTERNOON
- Mogens Høgh Jensen, President of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letter: Welcome
- Andreas Roepstorff, Chairman of the Science Policy Committee: The annual meeting
- Søren Pind, the Minister of Science and Education including questions to the minister
- Zunaira Munir, Blue Ocean Global Network: Blue ocean strategy
- Barry C. Smith, University of London: Engaging the public, and engaging industry, on our terms
- Coffee Break
- Barry Halliwell, National University of Singapore: National University of Singapore: the Value of A Research-Intensive University in a Small Technology-Focussed Society
- Chris Newfield, University of California at Santa Barbara: How not to Wreck the Public Universities
- Panel discussion chaired by Liselotte Højgaard
- Refreshments and networking
HVIDBOGEN PÅ DANSK KAN HENTES HER.
The English version of the White Paper is available HERE.