Carbon dioxyde can be used both as a utility to improve chemistry, and also as a feedstock ressource for useful chemicals production
Implementation of strategic plans should probably become a subject of research by itself, says Nadedja Komendentova, from IIASA.
El Niño is the warm phase of a cycle of warm and cold sea surface temperatures in the tropical central and eastern Pacific Ocean. As it is predicted to be especially strong in 2023, two ICTP scientists discuss the history of its observations and the links with climate change.
A T-shirt to promote participation of women in crystallography congress
Escalating climate change risks threaten cities globally. Urgent action for adaptation and mitigation is needed to ensure a sustainable future.
Geographers can help to understand inequities, a first step toward their reduction, says Michal Meadow, the president of the Internatioal Geographical Union.
Natural photosynthesis mechanism inspires the design of efficients new catalysts, that enable to conduct important chemical reactions under mild conditions
Scientists must prioritize the Sustainable Development Goals now, says Janice Bailey, the Directrice Scientifique of FRQ-NT.
Geographic diversity can be a key to reduce the gender gap in sciences, especially in physics
Different views on inequality and how to reduce it