To keep their academic freedom, scientists must be accountable to society.
Science for the SDGs – Part 38 – Partners for transformation 5/6 – How to boost science capacity in the Global South
Open access and new kind of partnerships are ways to develop science all over the world.
Science for the SDGs – Part 37 – Partners for transformation 4/6 – Not enough scientific capacity in the Global South
There are not enough scientists in developing countries. It must change.
Scientists must accept to engage in partnerships with all parts of society for their work to be used.
All knowledge that could help to achieve SDGs should be shared.
New relationships between science, policy making and society could help to achieve the SDGs.
An online conference about Artifical Intelligence with a focus on Africa.
Science for the SDGs – Part 32: Sustainability science 7/8 – Open access to published scientific knowledge
Basic sciences are a common good, and as such must be accessible to everybody.
UN Secretary-General appoints 15 independent scientists to draft the second quadrennial Global Sustainable Development Report.
Structures are important to define the way you do science, and the kind of science you can do.