Designed to fortify all gender of health workers, personal protective equipment, PPE, have often failed to protect women, who are leading the frontlines in the COVID fight, reports Laura Owings.
As the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) marks its centenary year, its long-standing partner, CERN, will be part of the celebrations, report Jens Vigen and Monica Pepe-Altarelli
The ‘International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development’ provides an opportunity to improve the links between basic sciences and the 17 SDGs, according to SKA Observatory.
HEALTHMONITOR, a compact device that diagnoses the presence of coronavirus in humans through exhalation, has been developed by a group of scientists.
Delia Haynes as President and 8 others as executive members have been elected to run the affairs of the newly-formed African Crystallographic Association (AfCA).
A Commission to mobilize $100 million yearly as global fund for ‘Sustainability Science Missions’ has been established by some world leaders, scientists, and influential personalities, who are members of ISC.
While seeking new innovations to fight malaria, scientists hope that the adoption of gene drive technology will reduce mosquito populations in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The first ten years of the Office of Astronomy for Development was a glorious chapter in the life of OAD itself, writes Kevin Govender.
Policy interventions could rescue smallholder farmers in Nepal who stand to lose up to a quarter of their income by 2050 due to the effects of climate change, a research project revealed.
Kelsey Calhoun, writes on how the physics career of Surujhdeo Seunarine, a Professor at University of Wisconsin, in River Falls, USA, was launched by the ICTP Postgraduate Diploma Programme.