Fourteen science academies call for a better funding of basic sciences.
How do young chemists envision sustainability in chemical education?
The first cohort of awardee for FLAIR AAS Fellowship has been presented.
Recognising exemplary contributions to chemistry outreach.
The International Science Programme at Uppsala University supports IYBSSD 2022. Let’s have a look at their vision on the relationships between basic sciences and sustainable development.
Open access of scientific results will be an important topic during IYBSSD 2022. GYA, one of our supporters, is involved in this field.
A project intend to fill the global leadership vacuum in order to address the complex and pressing challenges confronting humanity.
As Africa braces for the full impact of the novel coronavirus, two TWAS Fellows who are experts in contagious diseases say key challenges include coordination, capacity and public hygiene.
A scientific report proposes a better use of plastics.
The Global Young Academy (GYA) gathers 200 young scientists from all over the world (each member is elected for a 5 years period). They are all selected because they are brilliant scientists, but also because they want to enhance the role of science on the planet. Their programme is then totally coherent with IYBSSD 2022,…