The Global Science Journalism Report 2021, published by SciDev.Net, found that work has become “more intense” for science journalists around the world, amid a ravaging Coronavirus.
15 researchers and scientific experts recently delivered vital talks and papers on SDGs’ issues at a symposium organized by the International Younger Chemists Network (IYCN).
Three researchers: Syukuro Manabe, an American; Klaus Hasselmann, a German; and Giorgio Parisi, an Italian, have been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics 2021.
About 70 parliaments across the world attended the ‘First Global Parliamentary Meeting on Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals’ (SDGs), organized by the Inter-Parliamentary Union and Indonesian House of Reps.
Fostering ‘trust in science’ was the central discourse of the Global Young Academy’s 2021 online annual ‘International Conference of Young Scientists’.
Professor Andrea M. Ghez, a 2020 Nobel Laureate in Physics, in an interview with ICTP, shared more details about her career and her love of science.
Students’ future has been halted as governments of Malaysia, Nepal and seven other Asian-Pacific nations reopen shopping malls and other businesses, but kept schools closed over COVID.
A group of Chinese scientists have finally created starch via the industrial manufacturing process, six years after launching their research.
The application portal for the intake of new Individual Members and Junior Members of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) is now open.
In an interview with Academia Europaea Cardiff Knowledge Hub, Prof. David Allison of Indiana University talks about obesity, nutrition and his passion for evidence-informed policymaking.