The Science Advice Resource Centre, a platform that features peer-reviewed articles on governmental science advice, policy, diplomacy and communication by and for early-career researchers (ECRs), has been unveiled.
There is pure excitement among Spaniards as the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development is celebrated, says Manuel de León, member of the Royal Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences of Spain.
CERN Director-General, Fabiola Gianotti, and Brazilian Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation, Marcos Pontes, have signed an agreement admitting Brazil as an Associate Member State of CERN.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Gerhard Herzberg winning the ‘Nobel Prize in Chemistry’, two Canadian institutions jointly organized an exhibition to honour the illustrious and outspoken scientist.
France will soon join the SKA Observatory (SKAO) as a full member. This is after the French government signed an accession agreement with the Observatory on Monday, 11 April 2022.
Through groundbreaking research, Deena Shrestha, a Senior Research Scientist and Chairperson at the Centre for Health and Disease Studies Nepal, is saving many lives in her native country.
Annually, more than 300,000 babies are born with sickle cell disease, with most in Africa. But it’s the lack of screening means that makes most of the cases to remain undiagnosed.
The Global Young Academy has released the maiden video of its yearly Science Leadership Programmes (SLPs) which began in 2014.
IYBSSD Organized in collaboration with Zhejiang University, in China, the UNESCO-TWAS Sixteenth General Conference will focus on basic sciences for sustainable development.
As the European Union mulls a new legislation to certify carbon removal technologies, experts are afraid that billions of taxpayers’ money will be going to technologies bound to fail.