From October 31st to November 2nd, 2023, ICGEB orgnizes a conference about prostate and cervical cancer in Cape Town.
Scientists and parliamentarians gathered in a meeting themed ‘Water Security and Insecurity: Rebuilding Peaceful Coexistence with Science’
Fundamental discoveries in genetics and evolutionary biology have shaped innovations in agriculture and biomedical sciences and beyond
Marine bacteria and fungi produce enzyme that can degrade several kind of plastics back to their raw materials
The risks associated with the presence of potentially toxic elements in soil, particularly in China, can be controlled thanks to phytoremediation techniques.
Collection by citizens of health-related data can be decisive to reach World Health Organization’s targets in the framework of 2030 Agenda
Between October 26 and 29, 2023, the city of Beijing will host the an international workshop on geography and sustainability
Carbon dioxyde can be used both as a utility to improve chemistry, and also as a feedstock ressource for useful chemicals production
El Niño is the warm phase of a cycle of warm and cold sea surface temperatures in the tropical central and eastern Pacific Ocean. As it is predicted to be especially strong in 2023, two ICTP scientists discuss the history of its observations and the links with climate change.
Escalating climate change risks threaten cities globally. Urgent action for adaptation and mitigation is needed to ensure a sustainable future.