The Commission for Developping Countries of the IMU proposes several opportunities.
A sustainable future for agriculture requires to improve crops yields, with the help of all sciences.
Answering some of the biggest questions about our Universe has an impact on carbon emissions: the lowest as possible.
Video testimonies collected by young people in their communities around the world form the basis of a network that allows for the expression of their concerns and for a dialogue with scientists and policy makers.
A conference event has been held to discuss widely the relationships between research, technology and innovation.
China’s First Facility Exploring Earth System Interactions has been launched.
The SKA Observatory saw its Member States approve the start of construction of the SKA telescopes in Australia and South Africa.
ICIAM, a founding union of IYBSSD, produced a directory about how mathematics help to fight the COVID-19.
Using low-cost equipment would boost research and education, especially in developing countries.
Sustainable development, research and Green Education: a Summer School in Venice, Italy is dedicated to green chemistry.