In 2010, the National Research Council published the report U.S-Iran Engagement in Science, Engineering, and Medicine (2000-2009). The review of the program described in detail the National Academies’ science, technology, and health cooperation program carried out jointly with partners in Iran (otherwise known as science-engagement).
The purpose of this new publication is to document the history and details of the National Academies’ program of science-engagement from 2010 through 2016, while providing a perspective in considering future science-engagement. A variety of cooperative activities, and particularly workshops that dominated science-engagement during that period, are highlighted.
Table of Contents
|2 Context for Science-Engagement Activities||17-42|
|3 Program Activities from 2010 to 2016||43-66|
|4 Overcoming Barriers to Cooperation||67-86|
|5 Uncertain Future for Science-Engagement||87-100|
|Appendix A: Timeline for Selected Activities of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (1999-2016)||101-104|
|Appendix B: Workshop Proceedings and Other Documents about Meetings Sponsored by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (1999-2016)||105-108|
|Appendix C: Strategic Science and Technology Approaches of Iran (2015)||109-112|
|Appendix D: Key Science and Technology Policies of Iran (2010-2016)||113-114|
|Appendix E: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine's Search of Scopus Data Base for Iranian Publications (2014)||115-118|
|Appendix F: Project Opportunities Identified during Workshop on Climate Change (2015)||119-122|
|Appendix G: Management of Land and Water Resources: Lessons Learned from Alborz Pilot Effort Supported by World Bank (2005-2013)||123-126|
|Appendix H: Selected Provisions of Annex III of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action: Civil Nuclear Cooperation (2015)||127-128|
|Appendix I: European Union Agreements with Iran on Cooperation in Science and Technology (2016)||129-130|
|Appendix J: Priority Environmental Interests of Supreme Leader and Opportunities for Cooperation (2015)||131-132|
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