Unless urgent steps are taken to mitigate the risk factors, dementia cases will triple within the next three decades, a study published in The Lancet Public Health has revealed.
Published by IPU, ‘Guidelines for parliamentarians on budgeting for the SDGs’, will enable parliamentarians to clearly understand issues relating to budgeting, monitoring and policy choices for SDGs.
In this piece, Charlotte Lindberg Warakaulle, looks forward to an exciting 2022, where the value of basic sciences for global common good and the world’s future, will be celebrated.
Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) researchers, after a soil translocation experiment, discovered that subtropical forest carbon is sensitive to warming, while stimulating soil heterotrophic respiration.
Some researchers, Moldovan scientists and members of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova have received various awards for their groundbreaking research works in 2021, reports Abdulsalam MAHMUD.
In the British Army Auxiliary Corps, Czechoslovakian women served not only as cooks or office workers, but also as meteorologists, armorers and convoy commanders during World War II.
Progress towards Universal Health Coverage was recorded in the last two decades. But ‘throat-slicing’ healthcare costs due to COVID-19 has not only retarded the UHC feat, but aggravated poverty, globally.
The ‘Global Risks Perceptions Report 2021′, recently launched, reveals the findings of the second annual survey of scientists’ perceptions of 35 global risks.
Established in 2020, the Emirates Crystallographic Society, ECS, is another milestone for the growing research community in United Arab Emirates, write Panče Naumov, Sharmarke Mohamed, Liang Li and Wael Rabeh.
Together with a team of historians, Egyptologists, philologists and organic chemists, a Czech scientist, wants to reconstruct the process of preparing ancient Greco-Egyptian perfumes.