The report Unleashing Science: Delivering Missions for Sustainability offers an ambitious approach for achieving the 2030 Agenda with its 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
A new research has revealed that children, especially in low-income countries, are to face disproportionate increases in lifetime extreme events like heatwaves, flood, and droughts, among others.
Until 15 November 2021, a submission platform will receive proposals for sessions and posters in the 2022 edition of ESOF.
A communique posted by InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) has highlighted the need for countries to anticipate climate change risks, and quickly implement actions to reach net zero climate-resilient future by 2050.
Patrick Cordier, Professor of Physics, and specialist in mineral physics, at Lille University, in this article, explains how tectonic shape various phenomena of earth surface, gravity, among others.
The Independent Group of Scientists (IGS) is seeking the inputs of select experts to inform its quadrennial Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR).
51 museums and libraries across United States, the US, have received between $1,500-$10,000 as grants to boost vaccine confidence among Americans.
Commitments to invest in research for home-grown innovations that support food systems is imperative writes Gilbert Nakweya.
ICTP is now accepting nominations for young researchers from developing countries for its ‘2021 ICTP Prize’, and will present a sculpture, certificate and cash prize to the winner.
Activities for Mineralogy 2022, which will begin mid-2022 and extend until mid-2023, have been unveiled by the International Mineralogical Association (IMA).