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Join Observa

2015 campaign for membership

The 2015 Observa’s campaign for membership is now open. If you want to discover how to become a member of Observa and contribute to research about the relationship between science and society, please visit our member page. Read more
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Ten years of science in society, 2001-2011

Published the Observa decennial book

To celebrate its first tenth anniversary, Observa has published Ten Years of Science in Society, a special book in Italian and English. With texts and images the book illustrates key Observa activities, events and publications during the past ten... Read more
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Observa website is renewed

The new version will be on-line by September

Observa is pleased to introduce the new version of its website. Graphics and navigation are improved, but the internal organization of contents remains the same. The aim is to provide a website which is up-to-date on the latest technologies... Read more
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Ten years of Observa Science in Society

A celebration for its first tenth anniversary

On Saturday 12th November 2011 Observa celebrated its first tenth anniversary, presenting data, publications and events of former ten years of research and activities on science, technology and society. The meeting was held in the beautiful venue of the... Read more
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Ten years of science in society, 2001-2011

Published the Observa decennial book

To celebrate its first tenth anniversary, Observa has published Ten Years of Science in Society, a special book in Italian and English. With texts and images the book illustrates key Observa activities, events and publicationsduring the past ten years.... Read more
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The 2011 Science in Society Facts and Figures, Il Mulino publishing house

by M. Bucchi and G. Pellegrini

Which countries have the youngest academic staff? Which companies spend most on research? Which sources of science information are considered the most credible by Italians? And what is their attitude towards digital technologies? Which issues and trends shape science... Read more
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THE 2011 SCIENCE IN SOCIETY FACTS AND FIGURES, Il Mulino publishing house

by M. Bucchi and G. Pellegrini

Which countries have the youngest academic staff? Which companies spend most on research? Which sources of science information are considered the most credible by Italians? And what is their attitude towards digital technologies? Which issues and trends shape science... Read more
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THE 2011 SCIENCE IN SOCIETY FACTS AND FIGURES, Il Mulino publishing house

The new edition was presented on 23rd February in Torino

Which countries have the youngest academic staff? Which companies spend most on research? Which sources of science information are considered the most credible by Italians? And what is their attitude towards digital technologies? Which issues and trends shape science... Read more
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Observa Science in Society

Ten years of science in society

In 2011 Observa celebrates its first ten years of activity. A series of special events and activities are planned during the year. A special book will be published, with texts and images highlighting key science in society projects and... Read more
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“Women and Science 2010” and “Science and New Generations”

At UNESCO Venice Office the presentation of the two books

In Venice, in occasion of the World Science Day for Peace and Development, organized by UNESCO, Observa’s most recent publications will be presented, Women and Science 2010. Italy and the International Context and Science and New Generations (Scienza e... Read more