Second International Meeting for Science in Palestine
Often we undermine how hard and challenging can be to do science under military occupation. At the same time there is a lot the international community can do to help taking down the wall of international isolation. For this reason Scientists for Palestine will held a second International Meeting for Science in Palestine which is talking place from November 9-11th 2018 at Columbia University, NY, USA.

During this gathering we will hear from Palestinian academics about the challenges they face and we will discuss how to implement concrete programs and long term visions to strengthen the growth of science in Palestine and help build ties between the Palestinian and international scientific communities. The target audience is a mix of Palestinian academics and students, and of international scientists committed to advancing these goals.

Our first international meeting was held at the University of Cambridge, UK ( For more information on the NYC meeting visit our website:

The event is only open for registered participants, if you would like to participate please fill out this application form. Participants are expected to make their own travel and accommodation arrangements.

You should get a confirmation email after submitting the application form, please resubmit if you do not get one. The application deadline is October 30th 2018.

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Would you like to give a research talk? *
There are a few slots available for short research talks. Priority will be given to Palestinian students.
If requesting to give a talk please provide a title and abstract
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What do you expect from your participation to the International Meeting for Science in Palestine? *
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