30 winners have emerged from the 700 entries received for the Office of Astronomy for Education (OAE) ‘Astrophotography Contest’.
The 15th Quadrennial Solar-Terrestrial Physics Symposium will gather scientists to discuss cutting-edge sciences, and address ‘predictability’ in mass, radiation and intra-atmospheric coupling during 21-25 February 2022.
A three-part webinar series scheduled for September 15, 22 and 28, 2021, will explain how the ‘Global South’ is grappling with the question of ‘Sustainable Consumption’.
Applications that enhances the preparedness of first responders in francophone African countries, while advancing chemical emergency response capacities in the continent, exist.
President, International Network for Government Science Advice (INGSA), Rémi Quirion, believes the newly-launched Francophone Scientific Advisory Network will showcase the scientific feats of researchers, and also enable the world prepare for the next pandemic.
According to a study, conserving 30% of land will safeguard 70% of terrestrial plant and vertebrate animal species, while 68% of all clean water will be made available.
The International Science Programme, ISP, has welcomed HE Prof Ameenah Gurib-Fakim (Former President of the Republic of Mauritius) and Prof Tom Britton (Dept of Mathematics, Stockholm University, Sweden) as its new Board members.
From July 2020 to July 2023, the DiDEM project will enable science and decision-makers to dialogue for coastal and marine environmental management in seven African countries.
In a chat with ICTP, Shobhana Narasimhan, a condensed matter theorist at the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bangalore, India, explained why the poorest and richest countries of the world have very few women in science.
An activity organized by EPS Young Minds, in 2020, showcased discoveries by Catania physicists, and stimulated Italian high school students’ interest in scientific research.