As light sources push the limits of research and innovation, it’s important not to leave any regions in the dark. One effort to increase access to these rare and complex facilities is LAAAMP—Lightsources for Africa, the Americas, Asia and Middle East Project.
We are continuing our reading of the SDGs science report “The Future is Now”.
A new numerical model of the tropical Atlantic, integrating for the first time the significant role of tides on the Amazon plume, will provide a better understanding of the river’s impacts on oceanic circulation and on climate.
You want a more effective healthcare? Fund physics.
On 14th March 2020, the first International Day of Mathematics took place around the world.
“Global sustainable development, implying the environmental, economic and social dimensions of sustainability, as well as the need to face the challenges of growing complexity, requires intense research efforts, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches.” This quote could be from the UNESCO resolution for IYBSSD 2022. It comes in fact from the final declaration of the 2013 Rio…
A scientific report proposes a better use of plastics.
A recent paper by Physics World explains how physicists help fight the COVID-19.
Who ever said that SDG research should be boring? Enjoy the presentation that Samuli Junttila, from University of Helsinki, Finland, made about his research on health condition of trees in the context of climate change.
Despite their dramatic consequences, the Ebola epidemics in West and Central Africa have contributed to capacity building in affected countries.