There’s no need for a separate SDG on climate change — it could even be counterproductive, says Ilan Kelman.
In this podcast, Bayard Roberts discusses the challenges to providing better mental health services, particularly for women and young people.
Popular beliefs about how research brings change are not supported by the evidence, says report.
There is scope for a more meaningful contribution from science in South-East Asia’s plans for economic integration.
Venezuelan marine research institute has been suddenly told to hand its facilities to a new military-led research organisation.
Two different designs of flying car are trying to break into the humanitarian sector and take to the skies.
Males are regularly raped during war, and the experience can affect them very differently to women and girls.
Several initiatives funded by the African Development Bank and the World Bank are easing data access across the continent.
The widespread protective material could offer a cheap way to conduct chemical reactions and medical tests.
The three main presidential candidates have few detailed science and technology pledges in their manifestos.
Africa’s new science, technology and innovation strategy ignores decades of research in innovation.
Appeal at the US-Africa Summit for the US to train 10,000 African graduates in science, technology, engineering and mathematics over the next decade.