The president of the Clay Mathematics Institute, a major research center in the US, shares his thoughts about how research meetings and interactions could go on during the pandemic. A question that doesn’t concern only mathematicians. Leave your comments!
Some background before we go into this UNESCO recommendation.
Science for the SDGs – Part 20: The 2030 Agenda: a shared compass to harness advances in science and technology 2/7
Some means to articulate science and the needs of societies, expressed by SDGs.
The inventors of two mathematical theories that have transformed signal processing have been honored.
The Turkish Academy of Sciences just published a report about climate change and its impact on health.
Scientists have identified genes in local maize varieties that can fight off stemborers by summoning their natural enemies, raising hopes for pest-resistant varieties for African smallholders.
Why not producing drugs directly where it is needed in a living body, and with the right shape?
The United Nations organization in charge of science produced a text in 2017 which, without having the status of law, should inspire States, as well as researchers, around the world.
Science for the SDGs – Part 19: The 2030 Agenda: a shared compass to harness advances in science and technology 1/7
How can we articulate curiosity driven science and the solving of problems that we have today, or that we already foresee for tomorrow?
The flagship educationnal tool of IUPAC is talking to more people worldwide.