Over time, MATHEMATICS is the language in which science is written and therefore has a prominent role in all scientific areas, Jose Maria MARTELL, argues in an Op-ed article he recently authored.
Three teams of high-school students from the Elsewedy Technical Academy (Egypt), the École du Sacré-Coeur (France) and the Club de Física Enrico Fermi (Spain) have won the ‘2022 Beamline for Schools competition’.
Across the world, scientists addressing Coronavirus are viewed more positively than governments, an international study conducted in six European countries has shown.
The Academy of Sciences in Estonia has offered a grant of 600,000 euros to two Estonian professors for conducting research on various aspects of the Arctic.
A news site, LaLIST, has retweeted a recent post of iybssd.org, where President, International Science Council, spoke on making ‘open science’ a reality.
The Academy of Europe’s Board of trustees (BoT) has approved the election of 470 acclaimed international scholars as its new members.
To reduce the use of the conventional plastic, a team of researchers in Brazil have developed ‘bioplastic’ as an alternative .
“Science and Technology in the Service of Environmental Protection” was the theme of this year’s ‘Science and Technology Day,’ held in Hanoi, Vietnam.
Originally scheduled for 2021, the IAVCEI Scientific Assembly, in Rotorua, New Zealand, will now hold between 30 January and 3 February 2023.
The French Academy of Sciences has announced the creation of a new ‘Prize in Computer Science,’ in partnership with the Société Informatique de France. The award will be known as ‘Lovelace-Babbage Prize’.