Seafood supplies risk been affected if ocean acidification and global warming continue to interfere with the group interaction of fishes. This is according to a study.
10 researchers, whose achievements in the fields of Artificial Intelligence, ‘archaeology’ of the Earth’s galaxy, and Greek conceptualization of human nature are landmark, will be inducted as Young Academy members.
‘Office for Astronomy Outreach’ is inviting outreach practitioners, parents, youth and astronomers, to contribute to its ‘2022 Women and Girls in Astronomy’ project, where little kids will participate in a ‘Draw an Astronomer contest’.
With 3,000 euros as winning prize, organizers of the ‘2022 IUVSTA EBARA AWARD’ are inviting early-career researchers to participate in a contest for the development of environmentally-friendly vacuum technologies.
In a historic first, the UN General Assembly has adopted a resolution highlighting the critical role of parliaments in implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The first ‘Gender Equality Plan’ produced by the Slovak Academy of Sciences will enable the Academy to reflect on the state of women’s representation in its workplaces, while institutionalizing gender equality principles.
A staunch gender-equality advocate, Martin Chungong, was re-elected as Secretary General of the Inter-Parliamentary Union at the 143rd IPU Assembly in Spain. Abdulsalam MAHMUD reports.
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.