Representatives from all over the world joined the Triennial Conference of the InterAcademy Partnership and Worldwide Meeting of Young Academies, brainstorming on how research structures can be more equitable.
A session for schoolchildren and students on “Physics for a better world” will be presented within the framework of the 51st National Conference on Physics Education, to be held in April 2023, in Bulgaria.
Taiwan says it will support four MRT trains having paintings of nature, carbon reduction, the oceans and various other aspects of science, as part of promoting IYBSSD2022.
The International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) and Asterion are providing specialized devices that monitor the presence of visible artificial light at night, as they rollout their new ‘Light Monitor Grant Program’.
TWAS awardee, Sarobidy Rakotonarivo, is working to ensure that poor villagers in remote parts of Africa have their say in conservation measures that affect their lives.
The GYA’s ‘Importance of fundamental research’ working group has launched its report titled “Back to basics: researcher’s perception on the global state of funding for fundamental research”.
At the TWAS 16th General Conference, high-level speakers described how basic science has been indispensable in their own countries, and why support for it must be strong to achieve the Global Goals by 2030.
Through a partnership established in the early days of TWAS, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has become a steadfast supporter of the Academy’s activities.
The Global Young Academy (GYA) is happy to welcome the Rwanda Young Academy of Science to the family of Young Academies, the world over.
ICTP has signed an agreement with the National Institute for Theoretical and Computational Sciences (NITheCS) to strengthen their collaboration and support of basic and computational science in South Africa.