To keep their academic freedom, scientists must be accountable to society.
Science for the SDGs – Part 38 – Partners for transformation 5/6 – How to boost science capacity in the Global South
Open access and new kind of partnerships are ways to develop science all over the world.
Torsten John, Ph. D. Candidate Leipzig University, Germany, is Lead.
Science for the SDGs – Part 37 – Partners for transformation 4/6 – Not enough scientific capacity in the Global South
There are not enough scientists in developing countries. It must change.
Victor Sabanza, Undergraduate Student, University of La Rioja, Spain, is Meitnerium.
Scientists must accept to engage in partnerships with all parts of society for their work to be used.
Lori Ferrins, Research Assistant Professor, Northeastern University, United States of America, is Nickel.
All knowledge that could help to achieve SDGs should be shared.
Research projects in the global South should brace for funding restrictions as the UK government announced it would slash overseas assistance to £10 billion next year, say academics.
The future of the Gender Gap in Science project and the Standing Committee for Gender Equality in Science