Several Chinese organizations choose to promote astronomy and its achievements to celerate IYBSSD
The HSNC University in Mumbai has organized an International Symposium on ‘Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development’ as a part of celebrating IYBSSD.
At the Prince Sultan University in Saudi Arabia, the “Science Kahoot” is one competition recently organized to raise awareness on the role of basic sciences in sustainable development.
The ‘International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology’ is one of the global institutions that commemorated the World Science Day for Peace and Development as part of the ‘International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development’.
To underline the need for new knowledge to solve global challenges, the UN designated 2022/23 as the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development. Christina Moberg writes about the vision for a functional world.
Dr. Lilliam Álvarez Díaz, Executive Secretary of the Cuban Academy of Sciences, in an interview, explained what celebrating IYBSSD means for the people of Cuba.
At the Sonia Fajardo Forero auditorium, in Colombia, Konrad Lorenz, joined the global community to officially launch the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development (IYBSSD2022).
Vietnamese Minister of Science and Technology, Hoang Thanh Tat, has emphasized the need for innovative thinking in science and technology management, while promoting the spirit of open science and innovation.
At a conference in Vietnam, Duncan Haldane who won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics with some famous scientists, lit a scientific torch to celebrate the International Year of Basic Science for Sustainable Development.
In December this year, a student Olympiad organized by the Russian Chemical Technical University in collaboration with leading universities in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, will take place.