Policy in Step of Future Science

Facilitate discussion between scientists and policymakers covering science and technology, intellectual property, data protection regulations, health, ICT, space, climate, environment, astronomy, agri-food, amongst others.

Inform trade policy so that it becomes less mercantilist and more able to deal with trade in knowledge, know-how and intellectual property.

Support implementation of WTO TRIPS Article 66.2 “developed country members shall provide incentives to enterprises and institutions in their territories to promote and encourage technology transfer to least-developed country members to enable them to create a sound and viable technological base”.

Demonstrate how pre-competitive research is vital for future innovation can provide the foundation for global cooperation. Show how unitary science can support global participation in science.

Schedule partnering meetings; organise workshops on how many research projects and international level. Promote multilateralism for science.

Explore how to remove the “them and us” mentality to allow science cooperation to flourish – inclusive science.