Research Communication as Diplomacy

July 23, 2018 Anna Ehler

In this episode of the Wiley Society Podcast, Lisa Brodey, Director of the U.S. Office of Science and Technology Cooperation, explains why a strong research community depends on both science diplomacy and diplomacy FOR science.

Listen to the previous podcast episode: How One Society Is Succeeding Despite Disruption

You can listen to this episode and others – including episodes on why research sharing needs to get easier and the origins of fake news – by going to iTunes and subscribing to the Wiley Society Podcast.

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