In an opinion article, Anet Rezek Jambrak, Professor in Food Engineering, at the University of Zagreb, has explained, how women can manage their domestic roles and professional career together, efficiently.
The IAU Office of Astronomy for Development (OAD) has released its ‘2022 Call for Proposals’ for projects that aim to use astronomy to make an impact on sustainable development.
The Polish Academy of Sciences and National Research Council of Italy have announced the call for ‘joint mobility projects’ to be carried out by scientists.
To address challenges affecting ‘National Biodiversity Monitoring Programs’ in Europe, 350 experts are drafting a proposal for the transnational monitoring of Europe’s biodiversity and ecosystems.
Two manuscripts by IIASA researchers showcasing cutting-edge developments, highlighting open science, have been recognized by the scientific journals where the works were published.
A smart bra device developed in Nigeria can detect breast cancer early, potentially saving African women long journeys to access screening services, its inventor, Kemisola Bolarinwa, says.
Ahead of the ‘2022 World Ocean Day’, no fewer than 41,000 persons and 1,100 organizations from 84 countries are supporting a campaign launched for protecting 30% of world lands, waters, and ocean by 2030.
An opening ceremony for the ‘International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development’ (IYBSSD2022) has been held in Iran, with the Iranian Minister of Science, Research and Technology, Mohammad Ali Zolfigol, in attendance.
Frontiers Policy Labs is helping to drive an advocacy campaign, calling on scientists to commit 2 hours/per week for achieving science that engages with policy and global decision makers. Abdulsalam MAHMUD reports.
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.