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Academies of Sciences | Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countries Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countries Search form Search Toggle navigation Home Who We Are About Us Our Mandate Governance What We Do Our Work Technology Needs Assessments Technology Transfer Programme STI Policy & Capacity News Latest News Press Releases Events LDC Insight Blog Resources Documents Publications Contact Us Home Academies of Sciences Academies of Sciences Congolese Academy of Sciences Welcomes Ten New Members and Expands Their Support on National Science and Technology Policy Advisory 08 June 2022 The UN Technology Bank for Least Developed Countries (Technology Bank) in collaboration with the Network of African Science Academies (N UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies support the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi 19 May 2021 Lilongwe/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies continue to support LDCs in establishing academies of sciences. The partnership has supported the launch of the Academy of Sciences in Malawi , an independent organization intended to promote science and engineering and strengthen their influence in Malawi. (...) UN Technology Bank and NASAC teamed up to support the launch of the Lesotho Academy of Science and Technology 15 March 2021 Maseru/Gebze – UN Technology Bank and The Network of African Science Academies teamed up to support the launch of  the Lesotho Academy of Science and Technology (LAST) , which will play a critical role in advising on science, technology and innovation (STI) policy development and implementation to address socio-economic challenges and promote development in Lesotho.
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Score: 553002.15 - https://www.un.org/technologyb.../categories/academies-sciences
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Online Expert Meeting on Open Science and Intellectual Property Rights 1 | P a g e Towards a UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science Online Expert Meeting on Open Science and Intellectual Property Rights 23 April 2021 Background and Objectives This online meeting is part of a series of actions to build a global consensus on Open Science and develop the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. (...) Ms Peggy Oti-Boateng, Director, Division of Science Policy and Capacity Building, Natural Sciences Sector, UNESCO, provided an overview of the process towards the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science. (...) Many participants highlighted the misconceived perspective of the role of IPRs within the Open Science movement and the need for aligning Open Science and IP policies.
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Score: 552670.56 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...xpert_meeting_ipr_os_23apr.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation Sustainability Science in Action: Applying Sustainability Science through Demonstration Sites in Malaysia 1,2Mazlin Bin Mokhtar & 1Rahmah Elfithri 1Institute for Environment and Development (LESTARI), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 43600 UKM BANGI, Selangor, Malaysia 2Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research and Innovation Affairs), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 43600 UKM BANGI, Selangor, Malaysia Sustainability Science in Action: Applying Sustainability Science through Demonstration Sites in Malaysia Sustainability Science needs to be implemented through a unified integrated approach between the social and human sciences and the natural sciences (LESTARI & UNESCO 2013). Sustainability Science in Malaysia were demonstrated in: 1) International Workshops on Sustainability Science 2013 & 2015 2) National Forum on Sustainability Science in River Basin Management 2014 3) Sustainability Science Initiatives through Living Labs @UKM 4) Sustainability Science @Institute for Environment and Development (LESTARI), UKM  Research Centre for Sustainability Science and Governance (SGK)  Sustainability Science Postgraduate Course since 2011 5) Sustainability Science Demonstration Site/Pilot Projects  Sustainability Science Demonstration Site @Langat HELP River Basin  Sustainability Science Demonstration Site @Langkawi Geopark 6) Workshop on Sustainability Science Demonstration Site: Framework for Action 2015 7) Sustainability Science Demonstration Sites in Asia Pacific 2016 Key areas for Sustainability Science Demonstration - Knowledge of the interrelations between urban conditions and the state of waters as well as instruments and techniques for their management Sustainability Science Approach through Demonstration Site at Langat River Basin & Langkawi Geoparks, Malaysia Langat River Basin, Malaysia Langkawi Geopark, Malaysia Key areas for Sustainability Science Demonstration - Integrated water and environmental management balanced with socio-economic development and cultural heritage conservation.
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Score: 552559.33 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...presentation_mazlinmokhtar.pdf
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In Praise of the “Great Open Conversation of Science” In Praise of the “Great Open Conversation of Science” A summary of key messages from the 2nd United Nations Open Science Conference 21–23 July 2021 In Praise of the “Great Open Conversation of Science” ii Table of Contents Introduction ..................................................................................................................................... 1 1. (...) Science, Open Science, COVID-19, and climate change .............................................................. 7 4. (...) Reccomendation on Open Science. Paris: UNESCO, 2021. https://en.unesco.org/science-sustainable-future/open- science/recommendation https://en.unesco.org/science-sustainable-future/open-science/recommendation https://en.unesco.org/science-sustainable-future/open-science/recommendation
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Score: 552524.9 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...ence_outcome_document_v.3b.pdf
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The concept of a “right to science” provides a framework for the elaboration of ethical principles in science and for science policy. (...) There are three constituent “rights to science” enumerated within the general “right to science”: 1) the right to participate in science, 2) the right to benefit from science, 3) the right to benefit from a person’s own contribution or invention. (...) This is only possible using the means of science itself, and the doctrine of “critical science” helps to make science and technology self-correcting in the same way that replication makes science self-correcting.
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Score: 552433.54 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...cussions/2018/TeeGuidotti.docx
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In Praise of the “Great Open Conversation of Science” In Praise of the “Great Open Conversation of Science” A summary of key messages from the 2nd United Nations Open Science Conference 21–23 July 2021 In Praise of the “Great Open Conversation of Science” ii Table of Contents Introduction ..................................................................................................................................... 1 1. (...) Science, Open Science, COVID-19, and climate change .............................................................. 7 4. (...) Global multistakeholder consultation for Open Science 2. Policymakers for Open Science 3. Science, Open Science, COVID-19, and climate change 4.
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Score: 552359.4 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...ence_2021_outcome_document.pdf
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It also underlines the importance and relevance of science in our daily lives. By linking science more closely with society, World Science Day for Peace and Development aims to ensure that citizens are kept informed of developments in science. (...) The purpose of the Day is to: Strengthen public awareness of the role of science for peaceful and sustainable societies; Promote national and international solidarity for shared science between countries; Renew national and international commitment for the use of science for the benefit of societies; Draw attention to the challenges faced by science in raising support for the scientific endeavour. (...) Useful Links UNESCO: World Science Day for Peace and Development Natural Sciences Social and Human Sciences World Social Science Report 2016 World Social Science Report 2013 UNESCO Science Report 2010 World Social Science Report 2010 Related Observances International Day of Women and Girls in Science  (11 February) International Day of Sport for Development and Peace  (6 April) International Day of Human Space Flight  (12 April) International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development  (2021) International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies  (2015) International Year of Chemistry  (2011) International Year of Astronomy  (2009) UNESCO Science Report The  UNESCO Science Report  is one of the tools that countries can use to monitor progress towards the goals of Agenda 2030.
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Score: 552285.6 - https://www.un.org/en/node/104789
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It also underlines the importance and relevance of science in our daily lives. By linking science more closely with society, World Science Day for Peace and Development aims to ensure that citizens are kept informed of developments in science. (...) The purpose of the Day is to: Strengthen public awareness of the role of science for peaceful and sustainable societies; Promote national and international solidarity for shared science between countries; Renew national and international commitment for the use of science for the benefit of societies; Draw attention to the challenges faced by science in raising support for the scientific endeavour. (...) Useful Links UNESCO: World Science Day for Peace and Development Natural Sciences Social and Human Sciences World Social Science Report 2016 World Social Science Report 2013 UNESCO Science Report 2010 World Social Science Report 2010 Related Observances International Day of Women and Girls in Science  (11 February) International Day of Sport for Development and Peace  (6 April) International Day of Human Space Flight  (12 April) International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development  (2021) International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies  (2015) International Year of Chemistry  (2011) International Year of Astronomy  (2009) UNESCO Science Report The  UNESCO Science Report  is one of the tools that countries can use to monitor progress towards the goals of Agenda 2030.
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Score: 552285.6 - https://www.un.org/en/observances/world-science-day
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Introduction Science plays an important role on building an inclusive and creative society. (...) In Namibia there is a strong demand for science outreach. Exposing young children to science in different ways and showing them the importance of inclusive science will contribute towards responsible science in the future. (...) The objectives of the Science Week are to: • Promote science in an educational and entertaining manner. • Strengthen public awareness on the role of science for sustainable societies. • Promote and foster awareness of inclusivity and wellbeing in science. • Draw attention to the challenges faced by science and raising support for the scientific endeavour 2.
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Score: 552191 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...te_science_week_outreach_s.pdf
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The third section contains a list of city science stakeholders that are involved in city science application. (...) The fourth section contains a list of city science enablers that are involved in city science application. City science enablers are policy tools and levers that a city can use to boost city science.
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Score: 552191 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...rk/files/basic-html/page5.html
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