In January this year, the European Commission announced the selection of the first three Horizon Europe projects with CERN participation. Two of the projects will begin in September, while the third has already started.
The International Astronomical Union has announced SKA Observatory (SKAO) and NSF’s NOIRLab as co-hosts of its new ‘Centre for the Protection of the Dark and Quiet Sky from Satellite Constellation Interference’.
In a journal article, TWAS Executive Director, Romain Murenzi, and his team, advocated greater science and technology education in Africa, for young people in the continent to be better prepared for global changes.
Ali Hassanali of ICTP’s Condensed Matter and Statistical Physics unit has received the ERC Consolidator Grant, while Joan Elias Miró, a physicist in the High Energy, Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics unit, got the ERC Starting Grant of €2m and €1.5m, respectively.
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.