A theoretical explanation has been proposed of how excess free electrons in the surface layer of particles affect incident microwave radiation.
This feature article reveals how low- and middle-income countries are turning to home-grown vaccinations against COVID-19 as the UN-backed COVAX facility fails to deliver.
Though recently-launched, the STEM Women Asia will provide an online directory of women in Asia and Oceania working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Mainstreaming gender balance in science still remains a mirage after a recent study confirmed that women are under-represented in over 120 science organizations, worldwide.
The UN Food Systems Summit ended recently with thousands of people from around the world pledging to transform food systems with nearly 300 commitments.
With 25% of Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) emissions in Europe coming from buildings, scientists advocate fundamental policy changes.
As COVID-19 is still impacting global economies, we must rethink the innovative societies of tomorrow, to navigate today’s troubled waters, writes Catherine Beaudry.
The World Health Organization may have recommended a broad deployment of the first-ever malaria vaccine in Sub-Saharan Africa, but scientists say its acquisition and distribution will be an issue.
The Club of Rome wants the European Commission, EU, to take the lead in designing policies that go beyond focusing on GDP growth, to the wellbeing of mankind and the planet.
Currently a professor at the Racah Institute of Physics, Hebrew University, in Jerusalem, Eliezer Rabinovici, the new President of CERN Council, will assume office on January 1, 2022.