Grand societal challenges can no longer be solved in ivory towers and back rooms. Diverse expertise and multidirectional knowledge exchange are increasingly important. But how can such collaboration work without compromising the autonomy of individual fields?
Focusing on Science & Politics, this round table will explore how scientific knowledge can be offered comprehensively and neutrally and how policy makers can contribute experiences to ongoing research.
To better exploit the great potentials, following questions will be discussed:
What are innovative modes of knowledge exchange? How can we ensure transparency and independence, and to what extent should we integrate exchange into everyday work?

The event is cohosted by our partner Berlin University Alliance.

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