Collection by citizens of health-related data can be decisive to reach World Health Organization’s targets in the framework of 2030 Agenda
Implementation of strategic plans should probably become a subject of research by itself, says Nadedja Komendentova, from IIASA.
An IIASA study shows that maternal education, and particularly secondary education, plays a significant role in reducing deaths in newborns and children under five years of age, in both rural and urban areas of India.
IIASA is excited to announce that the 2023 Young Scientists Summer Program (YSSP) candidates have been selected.
Considerations of equity in directing global financial flows for regional climate mitigation investments are critically important.
Europe needs healthy ecosystems that benefit biodiversity and people and are resilient to climate change.
IIASA is proud to announce that 11 researchers from across various IIASA programs have been named on the 2022 Highly Cited Researchers™ list from Clarivate.
Fu Bojie has received this year’s TWAS – Lenovo Science Award, in recognition of his seminal contribution to the understanding of interactions between human beings and the environment, and their implications for sustainability.
School closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic affected learning to varying degrees in different countries. A new study sheds light on what this learning loss will mean for countries’ human capital in the decades to come.
Citizen science is increasingly recognized as an important vehicle for democratizing science and promoting the goal of universal access to scientific data and information.