Though the winners will be announced next year, the Division of History of Science and Technology (IUHPST/DHST) is already inviting submissions for its ‘2023 Dissertation Prize’ in history of science and technology.
With funding from one of its past president, the International Astronomical Union has launched three new prizes: the IAU Astronomy Education Prize, Outreach Prize and Development Prize–for individuals and organisations.
From 26 February to 26 March 2022, the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) will kick off its ’23rd Sports Games’, as part of celebrating the Institute’s 66th anniversary.
Organizers of the ’10th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics’ will soon open the application portals for ICIAM 2023’s mini-symposia and contributed talks sessions.
The Quebec Research Funds has mandated ‘Science and Technology Observatory’ to produce an update on its research investments. This is to also assess its research capacity, says a communique.
Satinder Kaur Brar, a research professor at the University of York, has produced a biological formulation to help broilers grow fastly, while also preventing infections in poultry houses.
‘Office for Astronomy Outreach’ is inviting outreach practitioners, parents, youth and astronomers, to contribute to its ‘2022 Women and Girls in Astronomy’ project, where little kids will participate in a ‘Draw an Astronomer contest’.
With 3,000 euros as winning prize, organizers of the ‘2022 IUVSTA EBARA AWARD’ are inviting early-career researchers to participate in a contest for the development of environmentally-friendly vacuum technologies.
In this piece, Charlotte Lindberg Warakaulle, looks forward to an exciting 2022, where the value of basic sciences for global common good and the world’s future, will be celebrated.
Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden (XTBG) researchers, after a soil translocation experiment, discovered that subtropical forest carbon is sensitive to warming, while stimulating soil heterotrophic respiration.