Announcing and displaying the videos of the winners of the video and poster competition
Session I. Why should we trust science?
- Carlos Moedas, European Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation.
- Jonathan Kimmelman, Associate Professor in the Biomedical Ethics Unit/ Social Studies of Medicine at McGill.
Can ‘Reputation Betting’ Improve Accuracy, Credibility, and Transparency in Science? (PDF)
- Johannes Vogel, Director General of the Museum of Natural History in Berlin and Professor of Biodiversity and Public Science at the Humboldt University.
Innovation with participation (PDF)
- Tracey Brown, Director of Sense about Science, independent charity that challenges misrepresentation of science and evidence in public life.
Evidence Matters (PDF)
- Francesca Campolongo, Head of Unit, Finance & Economy, Directorate-General Joint Research Centre, European Commission
Science for policy: examples and challenges (PDF)
Session II. Re-designing policymaking using behavioural and decision science
- Steven Sloman, Professor, Department of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences, Brown University.
Ignorance and Expertise in the Community of Knowledge (PDF)
- Stephan Lewandowsky, Psychologist, Chair in cognitive psychology at the School of Experimental Psychology, University of Bristol.
“Post-Truth” Politics vs. Science of “Post-Truth” (PDF)
- Françoise Waintrop, Chargée de mission innovation, Direction de la formation, ENA.
A new approach of public policies (PDF)
- Simon Kuper, FT journalist.
How to encourage evidence-based policymaking? (PDF)