Research Interactions Virtual Symposium

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What you can expect

5.479 research articles are published on an average day. The amount of knowledge that is created, shared and built upon is truly amazing. Millions of interactions between researchers are happening every day.

Whether conducting medical research, investigating climate change, or studying the effects of globalization, researchers worldwide are working towards solving our greatest societal challenges. It is imperative to make their interactions count. To achieve this goal, we must strive to deepen our understanding of the nature of these interactions and how to make them more effective, more meaningful, more inspiring.

Make your voice heard and nurture new ideas

What technologies can revolutionize our ways of seeking and disseminating knowledge?
What policies and methods can spread results in the fastest and fairest manner?
How can researchers connect and collaborate effectively?
How can we overcome bias and inequity that prevent progress and diversity in research?
How should we respond to those who distrust and deny scientific findings?

Wiley is inviting researchers from all academic disciplines to participate in the symposium to discuss the current state of research interactions and exchange ideas on how to tackle the challenges and seize the opportunities that lie ahead.


June 16, 2021

  • Implications of COVID-19 for Research Communication & Careers
    2:00 PM-3:00 PM CET
  • Changing Paradigms in Research Communication
    3:20 PM-4:20 PM CET
  • Panel: Science Communication: How to Make a Broader Impact With Your Research
    4:30 PM-6:00 PM CET

June 17, 2021

  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Research Communities
    2:00 PM-3:10 PM CET
  • Research Integrity & Reproducibility
    3:20 PM-4:20 PM CET
  • Panel: Authorship Ethics in Scientific Publishing
    4:30 PM-6:00 PM CET

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