IUCrData, the peer-reviewed open-access data publication from the International Union of Crystallography (IUCr), is launching a new section – Raw Data Letters.
Since 2011, the IAU Office of Astronomy for Development (OAD) has funded over 200 projects that use astronomy as a tool to address challenges in communities and achieve SDGs. OAD’s Dana Ficut-Vicas and Maria Alejandra Diaz write on the changes these projects are creating in their communities.
The International Year of Science Engagement 2027 (IYSE) is excited to announce its partnership with the International Science Council (ISC).
What businesses and cities must do to stay within ‘safe and just’ environmental limits for carbon, water, nutrients, land and other natural resources, is the subject of a new set of recommendations from Earth Commission experts.
A consortium of Belarusian and Russian scientists have conducted a research on the dynamics of climatic factors for more than 2 thousand years.
On September 10, 2022, this year’s ‘Festival of Science’ was held at Central Botanical Garden of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, with about 18,000 people in attendance.
The Cambridge Scholars has published the monograph: “Prediction of erosion-debris flow processes and innovative measures against them,” written by an academic of the National Academy of Sciences of Georgia.
The title of this post is an event within the framework of the celebration of the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development 2022. It was held last month in Colombia.
A new ALLEA report delves into academia’s impact on the climate through its own operations, from the perspective of various stakeholders that play a key role in shaping the academic system.
This year, ornithologists have counted only 62 chicks in the nests of 26 pairs of the little owl. Again, boosting the population of the endangered owl in the Czech Republic has been unsuccessful, and the little owl now faces extinction.