Science Technology and Society Trento – STSTN is an interdisciplinary project of University of Trento that aims to develop a sense of responsibility for the science and society relationship(s) among the researchers – with particular attention to new generations – and to offer a platform for discussions on these topics between university and different stakeholders.
STSTN yearly organizes seminars for students, PhD candidates, and open to researchers and citizens. During these activities, issues related to science within society are discussed and explored from different perspectives.
STSTN is partner of PRINTEGER – Promoting Integrity as an Integral Dimension of Excellence in Research, a European project funded in the framework of HORIZON2020. The project intends to promote «a research culture in which integrity is part and parcel of what it means to do excellent research». The STSTN group has realized an in-depth media analysis to investigate how Italian and UK newspapers deal with research integrity and misconduct.
STSTN also support the Master in Communication of Science and Innovation (SCICOMM) of the University of Trento.
STSTN Research Group
Full professor of Science, Technology and Society and Communication, Science and Technology at the University of Trento, where he also directs the international master’s program SCICOMM Communication of Science and Innovation. He is coordinator of the STSTN project and has been a visiting professor in Asia, Europe, North America and Oceania.
He received his International Doctorate in Audiovisual Studies – Cinema, Music, Communication from the University of Udine. She works as a research assistant at the Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Trento. He teaches Science on Screen at the Master program in Communication of Science and Innovation.
Ph.D. Candidate of the Doctoral School of Social Sciences at University of Trento, where she works on vaccine hesitancy. She has a degree in Sociology, and specialized in Management of Organizations and Communication of Science and Innovation (SCICOMM).
Associate Professor of Sociology of Innovation and Sociology of Globalization at the Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Trento. He works on social, institutional and regulatory aspects of emerging bioeconomies in the field of stem cell research.
Associate professor at the University of Trento, where she teaches Environmental sustainability and Public Policy Analysis. Her research interests focus on climate change policy, agriculture and food policy, and pesticide policy.
Researcher at the Department of Sociology and Social Research, University of Trento. He teaches History of Science and Technique and is interested in the history of science, particularly the history of early modern cosmology and astronomy.