The gloknos Transdisciplinary Initiative
The Right to Science
The Right to Science project is an ongoing interdisciplinary collaboration led by a group of researchers in the sciences, humanities, social sciences, and law to further our understanding of how to protect and implement the right to science as a universal cultural right. | Image: The United Nations' Right to Science, by Otávio Roth.
Global Epistemics is gloknos's transdisciplinary space of research and thought connecting all areas involved in the study of human and non-human knowledges from a historically and empirically informed perspective. | Image: Noah's ark on the Mount Ararat, by Simon de Myle, 1570. Public Domain via Wikimedia Commons.
Leonardo is a project developed in collaboration with the Material Balance Research Group at the Politecnico di Milano. Through it we explore the structures and modalities of innovation and technical imaginaries of the past and future. | Image: Leonardo da Vinci, sketch of a wing for flying machine. Public Domain.
Objects is a modular project developed in collaboration with the Cambridge Global Food Security Interdisciplinary Research Centre. It aims to foster innovative transdisciplinary research by furthering our understanding of the scientific, historical, and social dimensions of food and agriculture. | Image: Wheat field in South Cambridgeshire. Credit: Inanna Hamati-Ataya.