Students of the Dayeh University firefighting program have returned home to promote science education
A scientific review has shown that microalgae and other microscopic plant-like organisms could help feed the world’s growing population more sustainably, than current agricultural systems.
More than half of the Amazon rainforest – a vital resource for storing away carbon on our planet – has now been felled or damaged in some way, according to a research.
In this interview on the occasion of the IYBSSD opening ceremony, Catherine Jami, Secretary General, International Union of History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, called on world leaders to prioritize science education.
Former President of the Colombian Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences, Enrique Forero, explains how basic sciences foster sustainable development
On this day, 8 March 2023, as we celebrate the International Women’s Day, let’s focus on a womand scientist profile
The world is experiencing an epidemic of sleep deprivation; we’re awake at night and half asleep during the day.
A strange way to read DNA and produce proteins has been discovered in a protozoan parasite
In this interview during the opening ceremony of IYBSSD, a Nigerian university scholar explains why the younger generation of Africans should study basic sciences’ courses.
What is the challenge of every scientist? It is balancing an innovation and the time it takes for development, says Maria José Lallena, Director of the R&D center of the pharmaceutical company Lilly.