About 70 parliaments across the world attended the ‘First Global Parliamentary Meeting on Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals’ (SDGs), organized by the Inter-Parliamentary Union and Indonesian House of Reps.
Fostering ‘trust in science’ was the central discourse of the Global Young Academy’s 2021 online annual ‘International Conference of Young Scientists’.
In an interview with Academia Europaea Cardiff Knowledge Hub, Prof. David Allison of Indiana University talks about obesity, nutrition and his passion for evidence-informed policymaking.
An international research project involving 180 scientific institutions have identified genes that could predict menopause timing.
A theoretical explanation has been proposed of how excess free electrons in the surface layer of particles affect incident microwave radiation.
Though recently-launched, the STEM Women Asia will provide an online directory of women in Asia and Oceania working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Mainstreaming gender balance in science still remains a mirage after a recent study confirmed that women are under-represented in over 120 science organizations, worldwide.
The UN Food Systems Summit ended recently with thousands of people from around the world pledging to transform food systems with nearly 300 commitments.
With 25% of Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) emissions in Europe coming from buildings, scientists advocate fundamental policy changes.
As COVID-19 is still impacting global economies, we must rethink the innovative societies of tomorrow, to navigate today’s troubled waters, writes Catherine Beaudry.