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24 February 2013 – 27 February 2013
March 2013: Update - The online Agenda now contains links to the presentations
The IAP Conference on "Grand Challenges and Integrated Innovations: Science for Poverty Eradication and Sustainable Development" will be hosted by the Brazilian Academy of Sciences in Rio de Janeiro, ...
Brazilian Academy of Sciences
Rio de Janeiro
1 Sep 2012
Professor Martyn Poliakoff, Foreign Secretary, The Royal Society, UK, will be giving the prize lecture on "Engineering a better world through greem chemistry" at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus on 18 October 2012. This prize lecture, first given in 1952, is an ...
14 March 2012 – 17 March 2012
An AASSA Regional Workshop
Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tajikistan
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Sweden Sogang University Academy for Scientific Culture (SASC), Korea Seoul National University Center for Theoretical Physics, Korea share experiences, polices, and developments about science communication between Korea and other countries of IAP member ...
Topics: Science Communication, Environment, Energy
Project Type: Workshop, Conference
Latest Update: 23 Jan 2012
Led by IAP member KAST (Korean Academy of Science and Technology) in partnership with the Thailand Academy of Sciences, this project aims to assist developing countries in Asia to improving their ability to respond to climate changes by building voluntary green house gas reduction infrastructures and systems based on successful experience in Korea and elsewhere.
Topics: Climate Change, Environment, Energy
Latest Update: 3 Dec 2011
17 Jan 2011
A selection of links to interviews with national scientists by IAP Member Academies
30 June 2011 – 2 July 2011
The Association of Academies of Sciences in Asia (AASA) and National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz Republic (NAS KR) held a regional workshop on “The Roles of Academies of Sciences in Water and Energy Problems in Central Asia and Ways for Their Solution” from 30 June – 2 ...
National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz Republic (NAS KR)
On 11 March, the north-east of Japan was hit by a massive eathquake and the subsequent major tsunami and accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant resulted in a discharge of radioactive materials. The Science Council of Japan (SCJ) releases an overview for the science academies of the world ...
Resource Added: 20 May 2011
Latest Update: 20 May 2011
10 Mar 2011
The advent of synthetic biology, with its aim of creating living systems out of non-living materials, is as exciting as any biological advance of recent decades, and has much to offer, socially as well as scientifically...
1 Sep 2009
Romanian Academy , in collaboration with the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, will organize a conference on “Unconventional Energies in the Carpathian and Danubian Area”, 27-28 November at Vasile Goldis University in Arad, Romania. Contact email@example.com .
Led by the network of IAP members in the Americas and individual IAP member academies in the US, Brazil and Mexico, this project will implement the work plan produced last year to promote the role of science and technology in forging a sustainable energy future in the region.
Topics: Environment, Energy
Completed On: 4 Feb 2011
25 Nov 2010
A website dedicated to the Solar Radiation Management Initiative (SRMGI), to which IAP has recently signed up as a stakeholder, is now online.
20 May 2010
Implementing the recommendations of the IAC Report entitled "Lighting the Way: Toward a Sustainable Energy Future" ...