Des 15 organisations involved in animal testing in Netherlands have signed an agreement, pledging commitment to openly communicate how animals are used in research.
Luiz Davidovich, as President, Brazilian Academy of Sciences, is ‘doggedly’ championing the cause of scientists in Brazil, while asking authorities to prioritize science, technology and innovation, in the country.
Climate change disproportionately affects the world’s most vulnerable populations, but redistributing revenues from carbon tax can promote equity and protect marginalized populations, says a new study.
Aside been unscientific, the COVID-19-induced travel ban aimed at limiting the spread of the Omicron variant could aggravate poverty in African countries, scientists have argued.
People domesticated modern horses about 4000 years ago, and these ancient horses expanded rapidly, and ultimately replaced all other species in Eurasia.
Workshops will assist scientists in developing countries to access and analyze astronomical data for their research.
In her new role as President, International Association of Cryospheric Sciences (IACS), Liss Marie Andreassen, hopes to work with IUGG to reduce our carbon footprint and advance cryospheric sciences.
A new study by some international researchers has revealed that global maize and wheat production may be affected by 2030 if current trends of climate change persist.
A South African grade 10 learner, Ronaldo Mphofela, in a short video, outlined how electricity has helped to improve the living conditions of people in his community.
plus With COVID-19 stalling the fight against obesity, over 40% of world adults are now obese, says the 2021 Global Nutrition Report (GNR).