The members of the Leopoldina are organized in 28 sections that are grouped in four classes.
As a result of the growing importance of science and technology for all aspects of contemporary life, the number and intensity of worldwide debates on the results of research and on the research system itself are bound to increase. The committee examines the question of how, within the complex web of relationships between the public and science, we can develop an understanding for the inner logic of research and for the evaluation of scientific findings.
ML = Member of the Leopoldina
Scientific Officer, Department Science - Policy - Society
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