At the Sonia Fajardo Forero auditorium, in Colombia, Konrad Lorenz, joined the global community to officially launch the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development (IYBSSD2022).
In this article, President of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, Javier García Martínez, highlights the importance of Chemistry Education.
The award, which carries a monetary value of R2 million, is granted to candidates of the highest calibre, to enable them to undertake an internationally-significant research.
Increased demand for water will be the biggest threat to food security in the next two decades, says a new report that calls for collaboration between scientists and policymakers to boost resilience in global food systems.
Hiraku Nakajima from Japan, and Christoph Sorger from France, have respectively emerged as the new President and Secretary General of the International Mathematical Union (IMU).
Vietnamese Minister of Science and Technology, Hoang Thanh Tat, has emphasized the need for innovative thinking in science and technology management, while promoting the spirit of open science and innovation.
At a conference in Vietnam, Duncan Haldane who won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics with some famous scientists, lit a scientific torch to celebrate the International Year of Basic Science for Sustainable Development.
In December this year, a student Olympiad organized by the Russian Chemical Technical University in collaboration with leading universities in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, will take place.
There is no time to waste the opportunities that forest offers us from an economic point of view, but also from an environmental and climate point of view, writes Jorge Cristino.
Rwanda has set itself the ambitious target of becoming a carbon neutral economy by 2050. With forest conservation and expansion central to these goals, ecologist Myriam Mujawamariya, is on the frontline of science aimed at achieving this.