An award for young scientists and engineers dedicated to SDGs
Tsukuba Conference 2023 – Basic Science for SDGs, Perspectives from Global South: SDG12; Responsible Production and Consumption
The year 2022-23 is the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development (IYBSSD) designated by the United Nations. Domestic and international discussions are actively underway on the role of basic sciences in contributing to the development of a sustainable society. In this session, Professor Marian Asantewah Nkansah of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and…
Marine bacteria and fungi produce enzyme that can degrade several kind of plastics back to their raw materials
Today, nanotechnology is among the most important and powerful tools for a fast and sustainable development with an enormous impact in many different fields. The need of exchanging ideas and experiences is behind NanoInnovation, a well-established point of reference for the national and international community active in the field of nanotechnology and related applications. The…
Science for Sustainability – an open dialogue in a key moment of global mobilization towards sustainability
What role does science play in helping humanity navigate major challenges? How can we leverage basic science research in a way that maximizes benefit for humankind and advances progress for all? To answer these questions, the International Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development (IYBSSD) encourages exchanges between scientists and groups from a wide range…
The Indian Academy of Sciences organized a symposium to celebrate IYBSSD
The Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain, inaugurated 26 June an exhibition that illustrate the importance for sustainability of Nobel awarded science
Every two years, IUPAC holds its big international congress. In 2023, it will be in The Hague, Netherlands, from 20 to 25 August.
The faculty of Chemical Sciences of the Complutense University of Madrid celebrated IYBSSD at the end of June 2023 with several inaugurations
In this series of interviews, prepared by KEK for the IYBSSD 24-hour online event, four scientists link their research with environmental issues, especially E-waste.