In the beginning of May, a journalist of the Berlin based daily newspaper “Tagesspiegel” visited Anne Glover, Fellow at the Robert Bosch Academy. The result is a portrait in the column “Knowledge and Research”. The newspaper recognizes the engaged work of Anne Glover for more scientific based decision making in politics. As adviser to the Scottish Government and later on as Chief Scientific Adviser to the President of the European Commission Barroso she managed to translate recommendations of scientists in a language politicians were able to understand.

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