The One Week One Lab program has been successfully conducted, serving as a platform to foster public engagement with sciences and science policy.
- Fostering Public Engagement: The primary objective of the One Week One Lab program is to encourage and enhance public engagement with the world of science and science policy.
A Week-Long Event with Diverse Activities
- Duration: This engaging program spans a week and features a diverse range of activities aimed at promoting science and science policy.
- Nine Major Events: The program comprises nine major events, each focusing on different aspects of science, innovation, and policy:
- India’s Startup Revolution: From Idea to Market
- Grassroots Innovation & Skill Development Conclave for Rural Development
- Science Communication Workshop
- Student-Science Connect
- Science Communication: Public Engagement with Science
- Science Knowledge Convention
- Science Policy & Diplomacy Meet
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Participants: Key Stakeholders in Science and Policy
- Diverse Audience: The program attracts a wide range of participants, including key stakeholders in the fields of science and science policy. This includes:
- Science Policy Makers
- Science Communicators
- Industry Representatives
- Science Publishers
- Goal for Participants: The program provides a platform for these stakeholders to showcase new initiatives and achievements in the realm of science and science policy. copyright©iasexpress.net
Organized by CSIR-National Institute of Science Communication and Policy Research (CSIR-NIScPR)
- Organizer: The One Week One Lab program is organized by the CSIR-National Institute of Science Communication and Policy Research (CSIR-NIScPR).
- Description of CSIR-NIScPR:
- Constituent Laboratory of CSIR: It operates as a constituent laboratory of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), under the Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India.
- Specializations: CSIR-NIScPR specializes in various domains, including science communication, science, technology, and innovation (STI) focused evidence-based policy research and studies, science-society interface, and science diplomacy.
- Publications: The institute contributes significantly to the dissemination of scientific knowledge through various publications, including journals, books, magazines, newsletters, and reports on science and technology.
- Research Areas: CSIR-NIScPR actively engages in research areas such as science communication, science policy, innovation systems, science-society interface, and science diplomacy.