A partnership will help more countries to use a well proven technology to have more informations about their crops.
Why not producing drugs directly where it is needed in a living body, and with the right shape?
Better batteries thanks to improved stack technology.
Biomass pyrolysis produces coal, an energy vector, but also nanomaterials.
The five recommendations from the science academies are also part of IYBSSD 2022 programme.
Nanostructured black phosphorus has been introduced as electrode material for ammonia photoelectrochemical synthesis.
More public money is needed for basic research.
Data science mobilized against COVID-19.
A few examples of how basic sciences changed our everyday lives (and other things too).
Some developments about why we need basic sciences to achieve the SDGs.