II_4 Gender equity as a structural component of the new paradigm and commitment of science and technology

Gloria Bonder
Facultad de Psicologia, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

(I.5) Llewellyn-Smith finally sent his abstract, different title:

International collaboration in science and technology:

lessons from CERN

 

I_13

COMPUTER MODELLING OF MATERIALS AT THE ATOMIC SCALE

CRA Richard Catlow The Royal Institution, UK

New materials: their contribution to our futures
John Corish Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland

Porous Solids, Environment and Strategic Developments- Gérard FEREY

Small Scale Materials Science with Large Scale Facilities-Prof. B. D. Gaulin

 

I.3

The responsibility of science in the alleviation of poverty in the world
Thomas R. Odhiambo former President, African Academy of Sciences, Kenya

Essential national health research: a powerful instrument in the response to human basic health need.

Ezzat

Scientific Capabilities in the Research on Basic Needs for Development

Krieger

I_2

Madhav Gadgil
Centre for Ecological Sciences

II.12.

Science and Other Systems of Knowledge

Integrating indigenous knowledge into conservation policy: aboriginal fire regimes and the challenge of reproducing ancient fire management in protected areas
Marcia Langton Centre for Indigenous Natural and Cultural Resource Management, Northern Territory University, Australia

Improving health care by coupling indigenous and modern medical knowledge: the scientific bases of Highland Maya herbal medicine
Brent Berlin Department of Anthropology, University of Georgia, USA

Pulse of the sea: local knowledge as a basis for community-based development of coastal areas
Elmer Ferrer College of Social Work and Community Development, University of the Philippines, Philippines

Educating today’s youth in indigenous ecological knowledge: new paths for traditional ways
Robbie Mathew Eeyou (Cree Indian) Elder of Chisasibi Nation, Canada

II_1

Change Peter Briggs from II1-II11

I_4

Towards an integrative biology and GaiaList 21: new Programmes for Better Understanding of Living Beings-

Motonori Hoshi
Department of Life Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Yokohama, Japan

I_10

Scientific challenges in feeding the world through sustainable agriculture

Bruce Alberts
President, NAS, USA

 

Energy policy: strategy and challenges for the future: technology perspective

Chihiro Watanabe
Department of International Engineering and Management, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Development of Fission and Fusion Energy

The role of science in the development of fission and fusion energy

Douglas Muir
Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications, Nuclear Data Section, International Atomic Energy Agency, Austria

The provision of science and technology development for sustainable energy in developing countries with the case study on Indonesia

Harijono Djojodohardjo
Chairman, National Institute of Aeronautics and Space, Indonesia

 

I_8

DONOSO:

Title

PUNONGBAJAN:

Title

II_1

Third World science: a paradox of prestige and neglect
Martín Yriart
Escuela de letras, Master CTS: Cultura y Comunicacion en Ciencia y Tecnologia, Spain

Public Perception of Science: Essentials and its practice in China

Perception of science in a country in transition

Zhang Kaixun
Vice-President, CAST, China

Institute of Automation for Machine -Building

II_9

Feeding the world: production and distribution issues

FOOD IN SUSTAINABILITY TRANSITION

CHOENG