In my view, it is both an honor and a privilege to work as a member of the DNRF board. It is an honor because it is a highly worthy cause. Supporting science surely is of the utmost importance. It is a privilege because the work at the foundation provides insight into the thoughts and ideas of some of our best scientists, as well as knowledge of how science is conducted within various disciplines.
I am trained as a philosopher and thus have my base in the humanities. However, in my research group we have, for many years, been engaged in cross-disciplinary projects, mainly with researchers from law, criminology, and other social sciences.