In Cuba, the newly-formed ‘National Commission for the Promotion of the International Year of Basic Sciences’ will strengthen the concept that basic sciences are inalienable parts of the South American country’s national culture.
The Northern State Medical University has organized the ‘IX International Youth Medical Forum’ as part of celebrating its 90th anniversary, reports Abdulsalam MAHMUD.
In a blog article, Richard Catlow, co-president of the InterAcademy Partnership (IAP), highlights ways both IAP and the International Science Council (ISC) are providing solutions to global issues using science.
Funded by the European Commission, the ‘Green Science at the Service of Healthy Society’ (GreenSCI) project, worth 223,500 euros, was launched on April 1, 2022.
COVID-19 pandemic will further derail the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the next five years without concerted action, international scientists have warned.
A campaign tagged: “Eight to Eight, Because Our Planet Can’t Wait,” has been launched as part of the activities Rainbow Warriors Core Foundation organized for this year’s Earth Day.
For women to be successful in science careers, Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, renowned scientist, and 1st female president of Mauritius, argued that the ‘vicious cycle’ hindering their potential must be broken.
At a workshop and in a new report, scientists, engineers, planners and policymakers, have highlighted the challenges and opportunities to decarbonizing Africa’s transport sector.
According to the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU’s) latest Women in Parliament in 2021 report, the global proportion of women lawmakers is increasing as more countries achieve gender parity in parliament.
In recognition of her outstanding medical career and commitment to improving global health, Prof. Helen Rees, an ASSAF member, has become a recipient of the ‘French National Order of Merit’ award.