To quantify Nitric Oxide emission from forest soils, Prof. FANG Yunting’s team drawn from the Chinese Academy of Sciences has conducted an automated soil NO measurement experiment in Northeast China.
1 in 5 world people rely on wild species for income or food. Therefore, more sustainable use of the species must be prioritized in order to attain UN development goals, authors of a landmark report, have advocated.
In Brazil, a scientific and cultural exhibition by students of Goiânia College, have highlighted the values of sustainably caring for the natural environment.
The International Centre for Theoretical Physics is planning its ‘2023 Conferences, Workshops and Schools’. Scientific organisations are invited to submit proposals on their activities to be included in the Calendar.
The Brazilian Society for the Progress of Science (SBPC), in partnership with the Brazilian Academy of Sciences (ABC), has created a ‘thematic page’ to celebrate the ‘Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development’.
A research analysis has indicated that the bacteria which causes typhoid fever is becoming increasingly resistant to common antibiotics used to treat the disease.
How are basic sciences sine qua non for sustainable development? A blog post has revealed.
The Global Young Academy (GYA) has launched a call for new members. And the deadline for applications is 15 September 2022.