The Office of Astronomy for Development (OAD) is pleased to announce the results of its 2022 call for proposals. 19 projects have been selected to receive a total of €113,011.
Science is not just about lab coats, long equations, complex graphs, and detailed studies. It can also give rise to unique moments and unsuspected beauty.
Energy prices have been afflicting Europe throughout the year, and the unprecedented situation has also affected the Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS).
Academics regularly face threats, harassment and hate speech. To address this issue, Universities of the Netherlands (UNL), the Dutch Research Council (NWO) and the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) have launched ‘WetenschapVeilig’.
The 15th edition of the ‘Thai Science Camp’ for high schools in Thailand will take place between the 9th and 12th of June 2023.
The renowned Brazilian scientist focuses her research on the development of bioprinting and electrospinning that serve as the basis for transporting drugs and cells in the treatment of various illnesses.
In a Youtube video, a scientist has explained how solar energy will be instrumental in providing sustainable and clean energy for all; the 7th of the 17 SDGs which countries will need to meet by 2030.
Representatives from all over the world joined the Triennial Conference of the InterAcademy Partnership and Worldwide Meeting of Young Academies, brainstorming on how research structures can be more equitable.
A session for schoolchildren and students on “Physics for a better world” will be presented within the framework of the 51st National Conference on Physics Education, to be held in April 2023, in Bulgaria.
Taiwan says it will support four MRT trains having paintings of nature, carbon reduction, the oceans and various other aspects of science, as part of promoting IYBSSD2022.