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Experts, citizens to discuss future of science policy

South Korea's ICT ministry said Thursday it plans to hold an open panel discussion on the final day of the ongoing global science summit to reflect on how to best incorporate this week's achievements...

Updated : 2015.10.22 13:12

Science meeting organizers host side events

Organizers of the ongoing world science meeting hosted an international meeting of science museums and a handful of other events on Thursday, the eve of its closing. The International Symposium of S...

Updated : 2015.10.22 11:14

OECD holds technology policy meeting

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's science committee opened a general meeting in Daejeon on Thursday to share ideas on the role of the science technology in economic and soci...

Updated : 2015.10.22 08:53

Full text of Daejeon Declaration on Science, Technology, and Innovation Policies for the Global and Digital Age

The following is the full English text of the Daejeon Declaration on Science, Technology, and Innovation Policies for the Global and Digital Age, which was announced Wednesday after the two-day OECD ...

Updated : 2015.10.21 16:46

Digital content to be challenge for Samsung: ex-Finnish PM

Developing digital content and providing wonderful user experiences are the next challenges for South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Co., Esko Aho, a former Finnish prime minister and ex-execu...

Updated : 2015.10.21 15:58

Science ministers adopt Daejeon Declaration for sustainable growth

Science ministers from member nations of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development adopted a joint declaration on Wednesday charting out a vision and guidelines for sustainable and in...

Updated : 2015.10.21 15:54

Scientists call for more support in 'open science'

The results of scientific research and big data should be more accessible to people at all levels to accelerate the development of science and technology, two world leading scientists said Tuesday. ...

Updated : 2015.10.20 16:25

OECD gathering to boost S. Korea's status: minister

The ongoing meeting of global science ministers in South Korea will likely serve as a great opportunity to promote the country's achievements in technology to the world, Seoul's science minister said...

Updated : 2015.10.20 14:04

OECD science ministers' meeting opens in Daejeon

A meeting of science ministers from member countries of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development began in this central South Korean city Tuesday to discuss ways to promote sustainabl...

Updated : 2015.10.20 14:01

Korea, Spain agree to team up for science development

South Korea agreed with Spain Tuesday to boost cooperation in the field of science, Seoul's ICT ministry said. The Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning said it signed the memorandum of under...

Updated : 2015.10.20 09:33

Science ministers of ASEAN+3 gather in Daejeon

Science ministers from South Korea, China and Japan, as well as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, met in Daejeon on Tuesday to discuss ways to form a network of cooperation in science and t...

Updated : 2015.10.20 09:19

Individual patients area of concern for medical sector: Noble laureate

An Israeli Nobel prize laureate said Monday the medical industry should focus on individual patients over a disease itself, which will bring seismic changes to the global pharmaceutical landscape. A...

Updated : 2015.10.19 15:40

Zero-margin society presents opportunity for journalism

Jeremy Rifkin, a world-famous futurist, said Monday that the journalism industry can become the beneficiary of what he calls "zero-margin society," by capitalizing on their platforms to engage in net...

Updated : 2015.10.19 14:33

Futurist Rifkin skeptical of Uber but rosy on Airbnb

Renowned U.S. futurist Jeremy Rifkin said Monday he is negative about the future of car-sharing service Uber but remains optimistic about the home-sharing website Airbnb, citing their different appro...

Updated : 2015.10.19 14:30

3-D printing has more opportunities than woes: SOLS CEO

The 3-D printing technology will be the next way of manufacturing, Kegen Schouwenburg, the CEO and co-founder of a U.S.-based 3-D printed custom insoles maker said Monday. "As opposed to producing h...

Updated : 2015.10.19 14:28