Discussions on the future of energy systems in Africa were held at a mini-froum in Paris, not too long ago. And this is in preparation for a symposium in Morocco.
In this interview during the opening ceremony of IYBSSD, Dr. Luther Castillo Harry, Secretary of Science, Technology, and Scientific Innovation, Republic of Honduras, highlights the importance of investing in science, innovation and technology.
According to the Director of SBPC, Laila Salmen Espindola, the week provides an opportunity for researchers to show society how they arrive at their studies, and for children and young people to see themselves as scientists.
The University of Jordan, as part of celebrating the ‘International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development’ 2022-2023, recently hosted a ‘motivational webinar’ themed, Nikola Tesla: The Scientist behind the Genius.
A group of ICTP researchers have discovered the possibility of constructing a nano-refrigerator that generates a net cold-to-hot heat transfer, at the expense of power exerted by nonreciprocal forces.
In just a month, the UN Member States will celebrate the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development.
In 2022, the OAD funded 17 projects that addressed local and global challenges. On February 24, 2023, these projects presented the results of their activities during the past year, also sharing their achievements and challenges.
In this interview during the opening ceremony of IYBSSD, Luc Bergé, President of the European Physical Society, pledged their organization’s commitment to unifying the world using science.
An emeritus professor of Physics at the St Francis University, Nova Scotia, Canada, Michael Steinitz has advised scientists to be mindful of the consequences of their research works.
On 6 December 2022, the event titled, “Basic Science for Sustainable Development: From the Perspective of Leveraging Global Large Research Infrastructures,” took place in South Africa. The event was part of IYBSSD celebration.