In a recent editorial piece published by Research, Linda Nordling explains why the planned “decade of science and technology” in Africa didn’t happen. However, situation has changed.
ISC Presents is a podcast by the International Science Council. It discusses the challenges, stories, and celebrations of science while seeking to encourage international action on concerns to both science, and society.
Trans-disciplinary Research Oriented Pedagogy for Improving Climate Studies and Understanding (TROP-ICSU)
Together with the International Union for Quaternary Science (INQUA), IUBS is the leading scientific organisation in this project funded by the International Science Council for Science (ISC). Importance Understanding the dynamics of Earth’s ecosystem and identifying measures to sustain it for the future requires immediate action with multidisciplinary approaches. Research efforts to identify key factors…
A newly described atmospheric mechanism explains the recent evolution of the rains falling on the heights of Peru and Bolivia and shows that damage to the Amazon rainforest could affect the Andean rains.
A biofilm developed in Brazil could extend the shelf life of eggs in the world’s poorest and hottest regions, where they spoil faster and are vulnerable to germs.
If we want to reach the 17 SDGs in 2030, as the UN General Assembly decided in 2015, we must know where we are regarding to the goals, and to the detailed targets, and on which trajectories we are. The report The future is now, published in september 2019 gives an evaluation. In some fields,…
Academy of Scientific Research and Technology has launched a new initiative to develop basic sciences in Egypt.
The Executive Board of IYBSSD 2022 is pleased to announce the involvement of the online media SciDev.Net, which focuses on the relationships between science and sustainable development. The news section of our website will regularly (once a week hopefully) publish articles written worldwide by SciDev.Net journalists. Anyone who is interested in the contribution of science…
IAP outlines a set of measures to protect forests and fight climate change in response to the ongoing global crisis surrounding deforestation and forest burning
Methane is a gas that deserves more attention in the climate debate as it contributes to almost half of human-made global warming in the short-term. A new IIASA study shows that it is possible to significantly contribute to reduced global warming through the implementation of available technology that limits methane release to the atmosphere.