Studying the fundamental processes of attention has greater benefits than studying any single applied situation
The GYA’s ‘Importance of fundamental research’ working group has launched its report titled “Back to basics: researcher’s perception on the global state of funding for fundamental research”.
The Global Young Academy (GYA) is happy to welcome the Rwanda Young Academy of Science to the family of Young Academies, the world over.
The second joint event by the GYA with ALLEA, the European Federation of Academies of Sciences and Humanities, and STM Publishers is scheduled for Thursday, 17 November 2022.
In July this year, Ireland became the 51st world country to set up ‘Young Academy’ – the national arm of Global Young Academy (GYA).
The Science Advice Resource Centre, a platform that features peer-reviewed articles on governmental science advice, policy, diplomacy and communication by and for early-career researchers (ECRs), has been unveiled.
All is now set for the Global Young Academy’s ‘2022 International Conference on Young Scientists’ holding in June, reports Abdulsalam MAHMUD.
In an opinion article, Anet Rezek Jambrak, Professor in Food Engineering, at the University of Zagreb, has explained, how women can manage their domestic roles and professional career together, efficiently.
Foresight practitioners at the ‘Tsukuba Conference for Future Shapers 2021’ shared their experiences, while examining innovative approaches of anticipating the ‘future normal’ of young scientists.
Fostering ‘trust in science’ was the central discourse of the Global Young Academy’s 2021 online annual ‘International Conference of Young Scientists’.