Science diplomacy should be a strategy that scientists, governments and communities use to build trust and prepare future crisis.
A conference to highlight maths contributions to the fight against COVID-19
A survey of 10 African countries found that a lack of intensive care beds and medical resources led to worse outcomes associated with COVID-19 in Africa than in the rest of the world.
Research funding for emerging infectious diseases rarely reaches the countries where such diseases do the most harm.
In an interconnected world, with pandemic or climate change, development funding must also go to research.
The president of the Clay Mathematics Institute, a major research center in the US, shares his thoughts about how research meetings and interactions could go on during the pandemic. A question that doesn’t concern only mathematicians. Leave your comments!
In Malawi, a project that used football to attract the youth and educate them on HIV/AIDS increased testing for HIV by about 30 per cent within this population.