We cannot predict the future, but we can anticipate it. Watch the introduction to learn more about the GESDA Science Breakthrough Radar.
Anticipating scientific breakthroughs and accelerating their implementation – the aim of the Geneva Science and Diplomacy Anticipator Foundation – is more relevant than ever.
This 2022 release of the Science Breakthrough Radar is a significant expansion compared to the inaugural edition last year. It is being published amid rapidly mounting concern over the economic, social and environmental future of the planet, all of which are related to science and technology.
The GESDA Science Breakthrough Radar is made up of 37 scientific emerging topics and related sub-fields, across five scientific platforms. These are collated below for quick access into the report.
The Science Breakthrough Radar presents 336 breakthrough predictions at 5, 10 and 25 years’ time horizons. They represent the views of the consulted expert community on what may happen in the short-, mid-, and longer-term for 28 emerging topics over five broad science areas - the GESDA Scientific Platforms.
Over 700 scientists have contributed to the identification and descriptions of science trends and breakthrough predictions at 5, 10 and 25 years.
Media representatives and other interested persons wishing to know more about the GESDA Science Breakthrough Radar and its methodology, or to be brought in contact with the scientists, scholars and thinkers.