The 5th edition of the ‘Polish Scientific Networks’ holding at Wrocklaw University, between June 3 – 5, is the occasion to present the latest data on how climate changes impact both environment and society, and how best to respond to them.
Three young Israeli scientists will each receive US$100,000 for their groundbreaking research after emerging as laureates of the ”2022 Blavatnik Awards’.
In a recently-published study, scientists warned that millions of lives are at risk in climate-vulnerable communities, due to lack of early warning systems for extreme weather conditions.
This IUPAP event celebrates the beauty of physics and the fun encountered in its practice. As such, professional and amateur photographers, science students and researchers are invited to participate in the contest.
The Russian Academy of Sciences has signed an agreement with the Government of Sverdlovsk region to build a ‘Science City’ in Yekaterinburg, reports Abdulsalam MAHMUD.
Between 21st and 27th of April 2022, Canary Islands will be agog when a spectacular ‘Mini Science and Innovation Fairs’, organized by the country’s Ministry of Economy, Knowledge and Employment, takes centre stage.
International land use scientists have urged policymakers to develop new approaches in addressing climate change, biodiversity loss and other global crises.
The International Foundation for Science (IFS) ‘Women in Science Public Contact’ list has been launched as part of commemorating this year’s ‘International Day of Women and Girls in Science’.
Halting, then reversing the ongoing loss of Earth’s plant and animal diversity, requires far more than an expanded global system of protected areas of land and seas, scientists have warned.
Domestic violence was ‘highly prevalent’ before COVID-19. But those at a greater risk of facing this violent ‘pandemic’, now, are women and teenage girls in lower-income countries, a study has revealed.