A survey has revealed that 22% of Slovakian citizens have never used the internet, while the rest 78% claimed they only used the internet at least a few times, weekly.
The ‘TWAS – Elsevier Foundation Project Grants for Gender Equity and Climate Action’ for female scientists will support women’s well-being and mitigate the consequences of climate change through concrete action-based projects.
Stefania Mondello, who took part in the ‘Inter-Academy partnership’ (IAP) Young Physician Leaders (YPL) programme in 2018, has emerged as the youngest Professor of Biostatistics at University of Messina (Italy).
Final awardees of the ‘2022 Grassroots Science Advice Promotion Awards’, whose application portal is now open, will receive €1,000 as seed grant for organizing workshops to highlight importance of science advice.
Every two years, EuroScience in Strasbourg awards the title of ‘European City of Science’ to a new city in Europe. This year, Leiden will be the Dutch stage of the European scientific world.
Scheduled for 26 April, 17 May and 14 June 2022 are webinars hash-tagging the ‘International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development’. They are organized by the International Science Programme (ISP).
The 5th edition of the ‘Polish Scientific Networks’ holding at Wrocklaw University, between June 3 – 5, is the occasion to present the latest data on how climate changes impact both environment and society, and how best to respond to them.
The Russian Academy of Sciences has signed an agreement with the Government of Sverdlovsk region to build a ‘Science City’ in Yekaterinburg, reports Abdulsalam MAHMUD.
International land use scientists have urged policymakers to develop new approaches in addressing climate change, biodiversity loss and other global crises.
The International Foundation for Science (IFS) ‘Women in Science Public Contact’ list has been launched as part of commemorating this year’s ‘International Day of Women and Girls in Science’.