Harmonising science and society
The Centre for Society and Policy (CSP) is a policy research centre based at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India. Established in November 2018, as an interdisciplinary centre for science and technology policy, the centre explores interactions between science, technology, society, and development.
The Indian Institute of Science has been at the forefront of cutting-edge research in the various disciplines of science and technology. With the establishment of a policy centre, the institute extends its impact of S&T research by looking at the multitude interrelationships between S&T research and policy.
The CSP today addresses several policy agendas including sustainable futures, intellectual property rights, emerging technology in health policy, impact assessments, urban development, entrepreneurship, informal economic systems and capturing science through arts. The centre contributes to the theoretical knowledge on S&T policy as well. The centre has several visiting professors including Dr. Chintan Vaishnav and Dr. Ramchandra Guha. The centre has organised seminars by senior government experts like Mr. Sanjeev Sanyal (Principal Economic Adviser, Ministry of Finance, GoI), Mr. Rakesh Ranjan (Sr. Consultant, NITI Aayog, GoI) and Dr. Sanjay Mishra (Advisor and Head, KIRAN, Dept. of Science and Technology, GoI). The centre is committed to policy engagement and impacting policy at all stages of S&T research.
Intellectual Property Models for Accelerating Sustainability Transitions
An Analysis of Sustainable Intellectual Property Models
Using clean energy for boosting circular economy
Policy Research in Science and Technology
Addressing policy agendas for cutting edge research
Sustainable futures, IPR, emerging technologies, urban development, entrepreneurship and more
Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)
26th to 27th July 2019 | Venue: CSP Seminar Hall, Bangalore
The workshop will equip academic institutions to set up their own incubation centre and IP Cell in the area of science and technology.
Registration open for institutions and academicians