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The 2013 ICISTS-KAIST Conference: "Perfect Alliance: Coexistence for Human Society"
The International Conference for the Integration of Science, Technology, and Society at KAIST (ICISTS-KAIST) is a global forum organized by KAIST undergraduate students to promote the exchange of ideas and facilitate the discussion of issues that are important to science, technology, society, and higher education.
The ICISTS-KAIST conference has been held annually every summer since 2005, inviting distinguished speakers and guests from all around the world to share their insights and expertise with students gathered from Korea and abroad. About 335 students from 103 universities in 22 countries joined the 2013 ICISTS-KAIST Conference that was held on August 5th-9th at KAIST campus in Daejeon, Republic of Korea.
The theme of the conference was "Perfect Alliance: Coexistence for Human Society," in which students and speakers addressed issues on how to harmonize the speed of scientific progress with the development of important values in society, as well as to explore solutions to overcome the chasm, if any, between the boundaries of science and society.