From April 10 to 13, 2023, the 51st national conference on physics education will be held in Sofia with the theme: “Education and scientific research in physics – a factor for sustainable development”.
While quantum mechanics might be Ana María Cetto’s big passion, the Mexican physicist has devoted much of her time and energy to promoting a broader scientific endeavor – open science.
In this interview during the opening ceremony of IYBSSD, Mathieu Denis, Senior Director and Head of the Centre for Science Futures (ISC), explained their scientific organisation’s efforts towards promoting basic sciences.
Michel Spiro, Chair of the Steering Committee of IYBSSD speaks on the role of women in science
The Chinese Chemical Society, while celebrating its 90th Anniversary organized “Chemist is Cool Research Group Style and Creativity Competition” for universities and research institutes in China.
A study published in the journal Earth’s Future reveals that almost a quarter of Sweden’s last unprotected old-growth forest was logged between 2003 and 2019 – equivalent to a loss of 1.4% per year.
Several Chinese organizations choose to promote astronomy and its achievements to celerate IYBSSD
In the last few months, two crystallographic seminars were organized by the African Crystallographic Association, in The Gambia and the Republic of Guinea.
In this interview on the occasion of the opening ceremony of IYBSSD, LS Shashidara, President, International Union of Biological Sciences, stressed the need for people to use basic sciences to solve world’s problems.
What is essential to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? Michel Spiro, President, International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP), in an interview with Pesquisa FAPESP, said it is basic sciences.