Peter Gluckman, President, International Science Council, spoke on the title of this post at the ‘Multilateral Dialogue on Principles and Values in International Research and Innovation Cooperation’, held recently.
Sheila Jasanoff, Professor of Science and Technology Studies (STS) at Harvard University, has won the ‘2022 Holberg Prize’. She will receive the award during a ceremony at the University of Bergen, Norway, on 9 June, 2022.
A Commission to mobilize $100 million yearly as global fund for ‘Sustainability Science Missions’ has been established by some world leaders, scientists, and influential personalities, who are members of ISC.
At the ‘2021 Open Access week’, International Science Council’s members, aside approving a resolution to work on reforming scholarly publishing, also endorsed 8 fundamental principles for scientific publishing.
A position paper recently published by the International Science Council explores the importance of science as a source of beneficial and applicable knowledge, freely available and accessible worldwide.
Peter Gluckman, an internationally-recognized biomedical scientist and former Chief Science Advisor to the Prime Minister of New Zealand, is now the President of the International Science Council.
This opinion article by Dr Ir Siti Hamisah Tapsir, former Secretary General, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI) Malaysia, highlights the efforts of the Malaysian government in combating COVID-19.
Mainstreaming gender balance in science still remains a mirage after a recent study confirmed that women are under-represented in over 120 science organizations, worldwide.
In this blog article, Lucy Richardson explores a tool for understanding behaviourial changes, and how it can be used to identify ways to help people afflicted by the change process.
The report Unleashing Science: Delivering Missions for Sustainability offers an ambitious approach for achieving the 2030 Agenda with its 17 Sustainable Development Goals.