Creative Bureaucracy Festival meets Science – Part 3
In the past years we’ve learned about the importance of transdisciplinary exchanges between science and other sectors such as business, politics, the media and society, to collectively create solutions and to tackle the big challenges of our time – the pandemic, AI, education and climate research to name just a few.
To this end, it’s vital that public institutions translate the latest scientific research and innovation into policies, regulations, and market instruments. So how can scientific breakthroughs reach our administrations and our public offices in a way that actually makes a difference? And how can scientific institutions best be managed?
The Creative Bureaucracy Festival seeks to explore these questions. Every year the festival celebrates outstanding innovations in the public sector and their creative changemakers behind them from around the world.
This year, for the first time, the festival is joining discussions at the Falling Walls Science Summit and Berlin Science Week for a collaborative discourse about the now and the future of our world. Under the headline “Creative Bureaucracy Festival Meets Science”, the Festival will host daily digital conversations with leading experts on specific topics to take a closer look at the relationship between the public sector and science.
More information about the speakers and topics will be provided very soon.