The National Science and Technology Forum (NSTF), in 2022, hosted a two-day discussion forum on ‘basic sciences for sustainable development,’ focusing on its contributions to the world and society.
Organized by Future Earth, a webinar themed, “Ecological imagination: building transformative pathways with insights from the humanities,” will be held on Friday, 24 February 2023.
The call for nominations for the IUPAP Interdisciplinary Early Career Scientist Award is now open. The deadline for nomination submissions is May 31, 2023 (midnight UTC).
African astronomers point to a golden age of astronomy on the continent as work starts in South Africa on the world’s biggest telescope.
Satellite imagery and deft negotiation are critical tools for polio vaccination teams working across the world’s conflict zones, writes Adeline Tchouakak.
Drugs companies must make fundamental changes to their core business to address R&D gaps and access to existing medicines for women’s sexual/reproductive health in poor countries, global health equity advocates urge.
The Headquarters of UNESCO, in France, recently was the cynosure of all eyes as the ‘DDE Open Science Forum’ attracted 150 guests from 97 organizations and institutions, in about 40 different countries and regions.
Despite decades of increasing investment in conservation, ‘bending the curve’ of biodiversity decline has not succeeded, according to a study.
The French Physical Society and the French Optical Society have just launched a project on solar photovoltaics in Africa.
An international group has been formed to advance Ukrainian science. Comprising nine scientific organizations, the group recently received $3 million donation from the Breakthrough Prize Foundation.