The 10 New Insights in Climate Science responds to clear calls for policy guidance during this climate-critical decade.
At the Prince Sultan University in Saudi Arabia, the “Science Kahoot” is one competition recently organized to raise awareness on the role of basic sciences in sustainable development.
A world-class physicist and multifaceted intellectual figure, Stavros Katsanevas, who led the European Gravitational Observatory, EGO, from 2018 till this moment, is dead.
Many of Europe’s biggest facilities in physics-related disciplines have just cemented a long-term deal to commit to sharing and processing open data.
The representation of women and young people in climate change negotiations has been in the spotlight for decades, as evidence continues to show they are most vulnerable to climate impacts.
The 2023 Science and Technology, SnT2023, will take place from 19 to 23 June 2023 at Hofburg Palace in Vienna, Austria, featuring virtual components for active online participation to support broader outreach and global inclusiveness.
Conservation biologist and TYAN member, Kangbéni Dimobe of Burkina Faso, is engaging in the protection of local biodiversity and lands.
In Djibouti, over 100 participants recently attended the BIOTECHNET project events focusing on the enhancement of research capacities in the field of Life Sciences in Djibouti and Ethiopia.
The 2023 Sustainability Research & Innovation (SRI) Congress will be held in Panama and online from 26 to 30 June 2023.
Development Economist and OAD Fellow Dr. Tawanda Chingozha has presented a framework and toolkit for astronomers and natural scientists to think about addressing development challenges.