Some infectious bacteria have developed resistance to antibiotics. Mathematical models could help design alternative treatments to overcome them.
How can the public better engage with science? From theater to a tweeting tree, from dance to micro-museums, presenters made the show during the latest Falling Walls engage competition in November 2022 at Berlin.
Organized by Future Earth, a webinar themed, “Ecological imagination: building transformative pathways with insights from the humanities,” will be held on Friday, 24 February 2023.
Despite decades of increasing investment in conservation, ‘bending the curve’ of biodiversity decline has not succeeded, according to a study.
An international group has been formed to advance Ukrainian science. Comprising nine scientific organizations, the group recently received $3 million donation from the Breakthrough Prize Foundation.
The World Health Organization is alarmed by the rise in the number of neurological diseases, hence approving the 2022-2031 action plan to combat neurodegenerative disorders. Among the most mysterious is Parkinson’s disease.
Legislation on climate action is critical for the implementation of the 2015 Paris Agreement, and to bring down global temperatures to 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels.
408 researchers have been offered the ‘2022 European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grants’. The funding is worth in total €636 million and part of the Horizon Europe programme.
Science is not just about lab coats, long equations, complex graphs, and detailed studies. It can also give rise to unique moments and unsuspected beauty.
Energy prices have been afflicting Europe throughout the year, and the unprecedented situation has also affected the Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS).