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"Civil Society VS. or WITH Science"

Let's understand how science and society can cooperate, how scientists themselves can influence the policy, develop the government and business cooperation and engage the fresh people to their projects.

Speakers:

Oleksandr Skorokhod
President of NGO "Unia Scientifica", Chairman of the Council of Young Scientists of NASU
How NGOs can Develop Science and Science-business Cooperation
Yulia Bezvershenko
Vice-chairman of the Council of Young Scientists of NASU
Science Policy Making
Mykhailo Dumanskyi
Managing Director in UCU Center for Entrepreneurship
Science Education and Business Ecosystem
Nadiya Kupynyak
Scientist in bioenergetic processes, physiology, biochemistry
Science Popularization
Evgen Melezhik
Founder of Science Community
Effective Communication

Moderator:

Kseniia Semenova
Scientific Picnics, YEP, IEEE
Science Popularization, Incubation Programs

Do you want to share your civil activity experience? Lucky you! Fill in a small FORM and speak at the panel. We will be happy to hear you!



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Important Dates

3 April 2017
Registration and submission opening

25 June 2017
Deadline for on-line registration and paper submission

9 July 2017
Extended deadline for on-line registration and paper submission

21 July 2017
Deadline for travel grant application

21 Aug 2017
Notification of acceptance

4 Sept 2017
Travel support notification

10 Sept 2017
Deadline for submission of final papers

17-20 Oct 2017
Forum dates


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