Workshops will assist scientists in developing countries to access and analyze astronomical data for their research.
affirm the need for inclusive research and lead initiatives to advance it;
highlight women scientists at the highest level;
invite political leaders to facilitate the circulation of all scientists, to attend science conferences and for fellowships and exchange programmes.
In an interview with SciDev.Net, Priver Namanya Bwesigye, head of Uganda’s banana research programme, said girls need mentors who will support them to pursue science careers.
The Office of Astronomy for Development seeks inspired individuals from any relevant background for its remote fellowship program.
The African School of Physics has evolved to be much more than a school. It now organizes scientific conferences
Chinese companies have come together with applied mathematicians and government representatives to collaborate better.
High School teams bag study trip to DESY research center in Hamburg, Germany
Words of Wisdom in Times of Corona
One more step towards a global movement for the engagement and support of at-risk, displaced and refugee scientists.
Scientists seeking to establish fair collaborations
Fellowships for mathematicians from developing regions.
A new study explored options for empowering citizens as a driver for moving from awareness about the need to transform energy systems to action and participation.
The future of the Gender Gap in Science project and the Standing Committee for Gender Equality in Science
Recommendations for scientific unions
Recommendations to instructors and parents and for local organizations
The data base of good practices
Publication patterns (Part 2)
Publication patterns (Part 1)
The Global Survey of Scientists (Part 2)
Gender equality in science (as elsewhere) will lead to substancial gains.
The Global Survey of Scientists (Part 1)
What is the Gender Gap in Science Project?
Inclusive access to science and human capital.
Nominate scientific breakthroughs before 7th September.
Listen to women scientists!