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The number of documents that contain the keyword knowledge society is: 9

Headlines - In hot pursuit of knowledge – citizens and governance
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

Headlines - World stage for IST in The Hague
European Commission news headlines on the broader subject of research and scientific activities.

News Centre: Citizens and governance in a knowledge-based society : how can progress be controlled?
European Commission - Research. This special edition of magazine RTD Info is dedicated to the thematic priorities of the Sixth Framework programme : Citizens and governance in a knowledge-based society

research*eu - n°61 July 2009 - A developing cooperation
European Commission - Europe regards science and technology as crucial to socio-economic growth. It is a model that the EU also wants to apply in its development policy.

research*eu - n°62 February 2010 - To act or not to act?
European Commission - Threats of epidemics, the security issues or ethical problems that come with new technologies, damage to the environment or upheavals in the global economy… such issues, of direct concern to each and every one of us, place pol

research*eu - Education - Special issue — June 2007 - Getting to grips with science
Introduction to the special issue, "Scienc

RTD info - N° 51 - December 2006 - "A straight-talking scientist can create quite a stir"
Bernard Schiele, a Professor in the Communications Faculty of the University of Quebec at Montreal (UQAM) discusses his work concerning the ‘’publicisation’’ of science. Widely travelled and a tireless communicator he talks about the involvement of r

RTD info - Special issue - November 2005 - Between fast thinking and genuine culture
interview with vladimir de semir, professor at the university of barcelona, published in the special communication of science issue of rtd info, november 2005. analysis of the role of the media in communicating science and technology, of the developm

RTD info - Special Issue - April 2005 - Computers, memory and thought
Interview with Konrad Morgan in RTD special memory issue (spring 2005). Professor at Bergen University (NO), he is studying in particular the social and psychological impact of new technology on different age groups, genders and cultures.