ISOR is seeking participants for the international comparative research project “Science and Religion: Global Perspectives”. The objective of this study is to understand how the relationship between science and religion is perceived in various social, political, cultural, and religious contexts.
We are looking for people who live in any of the autonomous communities, regardless of their belief or religion, their background, and their place of origin.
Coordinated by the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom, the study is carried out in parallel in Germany, Argentina, Australia, the United States, Sri Lanka, and Spain, with the collaboration of research teams at various universities.
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