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celebrate basic sciences for sustainable development

Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development is the ambitious program that the Member States of the United Nations have agreed on to ensure a balanced, sustainable and inclusive development of the planet.Basic sciences have an important contribution to make to the implementation of this program. They provide the essential means to meet crucial challenges such as universal access to food, energy, health coverage and communication technologies. They enable us to understand the impact of the currently n


Young scientists’ actions towards SDGs- Dr. Oluniyi Fadare

Dr. Oluniyi Fadare comes from Nigeria. He co-founded the PAN-African micro (nano) plastic research network (PAN-microplast), an initiative comprising researchers on plastic pollution in African and non-African countries, of which he is the coordinator. The aim of the Network is to promote collaboration and knowledge exchange across Africa within the field of plastic pollution. Oluniyi has also conducted different research on micro(nano) plastics with African countries in focus, and he is engaged


Young scientists’ actions towards SDGs- Brandon J Bethel

My name is Brandon J Bethel, a PhD candidate pursuing Marine Meteorology at the Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology. Although my research focus is concerned with surface gravity waves, because I am from The Bahamas, a small island developing state (SIDS), I have also invested a great deal of time in research into the blue economy and its implications for Sustainable Development Goal 7 (Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all) and 14 (Cons



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