Our aim is to

  • educate students across faculties in critical thinking about technoscience,
  • identify what has been historically taken for granted as legitimate model of knowledge,
  • make visible the sociocultural and gender aspects of technoscience that are often hidden,
  • engage in the design process of technoscience in a collaborative and cooperative manner, and
  • extend our agenda to science policy and science diplomacy.

Key research fields include: diplomatic studies of science; history of nuclear sciences; science diplomacy and international organizations; the integration of science and politics with society; gender in the history of science and technology; materiality and scientific practice; science, innovation, and health diplomacy.