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The voice of young scientists around the world.
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Global Young Academy Apr 18
Kinder in Halle: Am 29.4. im Krokoseum bieten junge, internationale Wissenschaftler*innen der 2 Ferienaktivitäten an: Solarzellen aus Beerensaft; Expidition Mundus spielen! Bei krokoseum@francke-halle.de anmelden, bis 24.4.! More here:
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TWAS Apr 17
The deadline to submit proposals to the World Science Forum is today! Don't miss your chance! 👇👇👇
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Robert Lepenies Apr 16
As part of our we are hosting a with a spin in Halle/Saale - enjoy the self-guided historical tour and our science+art exhibition! Click on the link below:
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Deb Kane Apr 16
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INGSA Apr 12
20-22nd July 2019: INGSA-Asia workshop on and Non-Communicable Diseases () will be held in . Applications to attend close on the 30th April! Apply now:
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Sandra López Vergès Apr 14
Reclaiming Higher Education with responsibility. In 5 minutes I was not able to cite all the amazing people working on science and education, but cite in Panama & for international work
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Prof Tolullah Oni Apr 14
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Science Advice for Policy by European Academies Apr 15
Registration to our event on in Portugal is now open! See you on 21 May in !
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International Science Council Apr 11
Did you know that The Matilda Effect is when female scientists are overlooked and credit is instead given to their male colleagues? It is named after suffragist Matilda Joslyn Gage.
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InterAcademy Partnership Apr 11
🌏World’s science academies gather in Korea to elect new chairs, welcome new members, and stand up for sustainable development 🔽Meet our new co-chairs and read the news on our website
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Dr Karly Kehoe Apr 11
A big thank you to the JRC for co-hosting such an important workshop on migrant integration and at-Risk scientists. 👏🇪🇺
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Scientific African Apr 11
Happy to announce that the second volume of Scientific African journal is out, check it out! Read articles in Life & health science, social sciences & policy, Agric & Food Security & more! Register to receive an update when the latest issues are published.
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Prof Tolullah Oni Apr 10
. members (), former co-chair alumni ( ) and MD Beate Wagner at general assembly celebrating a moment in history becoming a full member of the
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Eva Alisic Apr 10
I'll share a few of the relevant links for more information on the . Here is the page about National Young Academies around the world: (1/x)
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Prof Tolullah Oni Apr 11
For a more comprehensive overview of activities, check out details of recent outputs (including evaluation and impact assessment reports) that I presented here
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Eva Alisic Apr 10
And it can be done! No need to wait for people to 'trickle through the system' but do what the did: add special rounds of elections for underrepresented groups. There are amazing scholars out there who need to be at the table.
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Global Young Academy Apr 10
Why we need to talk about trust in science, and science and society. At coming up soon...
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Prof Tolullah Oni Apr 10
. now officially full members of the !! MD Beate Wagner and I somewhat pleased!! We look forward to contributing to and strengthening strategic activities harnessing science for positive societal change 🙌🏿🙌🏿💪🏾
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Global Young Academy Apr 10
How to build trust in science? Do it before it is necessary, so that those arguments are available when controversy arises. - GYA Co-Chair at Conference "Science and the SDGs: the role of academies"
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