As the European Union mulls a new legislation to certify carbon removal technologies, experts are afraid that billions of taxpayers’ money will be going to technologies bound to fail.
After a two-year break, the Feira Internacional da Cortiça, FICOR, has been held in Portugal with delegates participating in the live conferences, fashion shows and concerts.
The CY Cergy Paris University has joined the Office of Astronomy for Education, OAE, after the International Astronomical Union, IAU, founded a new OAE branch office at the institution.
The Malaysian Academy of Science will host the ‘Women in Science Without Borders World Forum’ in September this year.
A website to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the death of René-Just Haüy has been launched by a renowned French researcher, Francois Farges. Abdulsalam MAHMUD reports.
After COVID-19 widened health inequalities facing women and girls, Aïssatou Diawara, Technical Advisor for the Global Institute for Disease Elimination (GLIDE), believes that cutting funding for neglected diseases is also hitting women.
In Cuba, the newly-formed ‘National Commission for the Promotion of the International Year of Basic Sciences’ will strengthen the concept that basic sciences are inalienable parts of the South American country’s national culture.