In an Op-ed article, João Guilherme Ometto, a Brazilian engineer, maintained that quality education and science is what rural communities in his native country direly need, ahead of the IYBSSD2022 opening ceremony.
There is need for countries to integrate food systems into their climate plans. But Haseeb Bakhtary writes that measures on changing diets, food-linked deforestation, and food waste are lacking in most climate plans.
The ‘2022 World Conference on Basic Sciences and Sustainable Development’, slated for September in Belgrade, Serbia, is one of the main events of IYBSSD2022.
Abdulsalam MAHMUD reports that “The Ferrand Prize for Educational Innovation in Mathematics” and “The D’Alembert Prize for the Dissemination of Mathematics to a Wide Audience”, have been instituted by the Mathematical Society of France.
Themed “Pathways Towards Sustainability and Trustworthiness,” this year’s edition of #TransformingScience symposium will be held in Belgium from May 11 to 12, 2022.
As signatories, over 30 global institutions that have already adopted “The Jena Declaration”, are calling for a new cultural approach through which Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can still be achieved.
A global treaty on plastic wastes is on the way after the representatives of about 175 UN nations recently endorsed a resolution to end plastic pollution.
Made from cheap and recyclable materials, a new type of rechargeable battery developed by scientists of the Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS), will engineer a revolution in solar energy technologies.
It is exactly a century since the 1959 Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner, Jaroslav Heyrovský, discovered polarography, one of the most important Czech contributions to the world science.
A survey has revealed that 22% of Slovakian citizens have never used the internet, while the rest 78% claimed they only used the internet at least a few times, weekly.