Nature in Common – Beyond the Nagoya Protocol, one of the first summary books on implementation of the major international agreement for global biodiversity governance, is out.
Young computer scientists and talented mathematicians are invited to apply for participation in the ‘9th Heidelberg Laureate Forum’ to hold in Germany.
Even partnerships among organisations implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is central to bridging the existing inequality between high and low-income countries, writes Eldon Opiyo.
Two years after 193 Member States passed a resolution at a UNESCO General Conference in 2019, the ‘Open Science Recommendation’ has been adopted.
Member States of the United Nations have approved the promulgation of 2022 as the ‘International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development’ (IYBSSD2022).
Des 15 organisations involved in animal testing in Netherlands have signed an agreement, pledging commitment to openly communicate how animals are used in research.
Luiz Davidovich, as President, Brazilian Academy of Sciences, is ‘doggedly’ championing the cause of scientists in Brazil, while asking authorities to prioritize science, technology and innovation, in the country.
Climate change disproportionately affects the world’s most vulnerable populations, but redistributing revenues from carbon tax can promote equity and protect marginalized populations, says a new study.
Aside been unscientific, the COVID-19-induced travel ban aimed at limiting the spread of the Omicron variant could aggravate poverty in African countries, scientists have argued.
People domesticated modern horses about 4000 years ago, and these ancient horses expanded rapidly, and ultimately replaced all other species in Eurasia.