In remote villages of the Peruvian Andes, a robot has taken over the classrooms.
A podcast to help early carrer scientists with mentorship.
As per its title, this recommendation has two concerns: science, and those who make it.
Science for the SDGs – Part 21: The 2030 Agenda: a shared compass to harness advances in science and technology 3/7
Some organizations that are already leading the action of linking science and technology with society.
Nominate a scientist, a team or even an organization that should be honored for their contribution and innovations towards solving problems in the tropics through science and technology.
Do people who got Ebola in Guinea in 2013 – 2016 and survived have long term health conditions? Yes, answers a new study, that show that research must be made even when ther is no urgency any more.
The Cameroonian government has decided to create logging concessions in a biodiversity sanctuary.
The president of the Clay Mathematics Institute, a major research center in the US, shares his thoughts about how research meetings and interactions could go on during the pandemic. A question that doesn’t concern only mathematicians. Leave your comments!
Some background before we go into this UNESCO recommendation.
Science for the SDGs – Part 20: The 2030 Agenda: a shared compass to harness advances in science and technology 2/7
Some means to articulate science and the needs of societies, expressed by SDGs.