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Call for studies on Groundnuts and Aflatoxin
The Federation of Chambers of Agriculture and Animal Production, in collaboration with The Agricultural Research Station, El Obeid held a conference in Khartoum (24th June 2021). The theme of
the conference was for promoting and developing the production, manufacture, and marketing of peanuts in Sudan.
In addition to many sectors and corporations involved in the agricultural production and processing of peanuts in Sudan who were present in the conference, the Sudanese National Academy of
Sciences (SNAS) participated with a presentation entitled:
“Establishing Sudanese Aflatoxin Research and Control Network (SAfNet)”

Tackling the effects of climate change on health in the Mediterranean and surrounding regions Including assessments from countries in the Middle East, North Africa and the Balkans A summary of a Workshop, May 2021

Click here to view the workshop

The 2022 Awards will designate five outstanding researchers in Life and Environmental Sciences, each working in one of the following regions: Africa and the Arab States, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, Latin America and

the Caribbean, North America. The five laureates will be selected by an international jury for their tremendous

contribution to scientific advancement and will receive their Awards in March 2022

in Paris. Each of the Laureates will receive €100,000.

 

SELECTION CRITERIA

• The candidate’s outstanding contribution to the advancement of science,

• The impact of the candidate’s research work on the current state of her scientific field (number, quality and impact of publications, conference

presentations, patents…),

• The recognition of the candidate by peers within her discipline through publications,

• The recognition of the candidate’s commitment to education, teaching activities, mentoring and/or to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals more broadly.

 

SUBMISSIONS

In order to nominate a candidate, please follow the registration procedure on the For Women in Science platform accessible at: www.forwomeninscience.com

From the website, you will be able to upload all the necessary documents in order to submit the nomination.

  

DEADLINE

The nomination files must be submitted by

Monday, May 31st 2021, France GMT/UTC + 2h.

Only completed nominations received through the platform by this deadline will be considered.

 

مشروع توثيق المعارف البيئية المحلية الذي تم إطلاقه من مركز معتصم نمر للثقافة البيئية يصل تصفيات المنافسة النهائية لجائزة الكلايمثون العالمية والتي سوف تقام بباريس في أواخر هذا الشهر من ضمن ٥ مشاريع تتبع لدول مختلفة. يهدف المشروع لتوثيق كل المعارف المحلية المتعلقة بالبيئة وبأنشطة الموارد الطبيعية (خاصة

الأساليب المحلية للتكيف مع التغييرات المناخية) ومن ثم نشر هذه المعارف للتعريف بها والإستفادة منها.


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World Forum for Women in Science – Brazil 2020 | 4th International Conference for Women in Science without Borders: Energy, Water, Health, Agriculture and Environment for Sustainable Development

The event will take place in Rio de Janeiro and will be divided in two parts:

Workshop: Skills for Communication and Leadership in a 5G World
Purpose: The event is dedicated to young researchers seeking to develop skills in the areas of public speaking, writing projects and articles, and learning how to participate and coordinate research and collaboration networks.

Date: February 10 – 11th 2020

Venue: Brazilian Academy of Sciences

 

Annual Meeting of African Science Academies (AMASA-15)

Prof.  Suad M. Sulaiman

Sudanese National Academy of Sciences (SNAS)
Thursday, 13 December 2018 10:05

Public Lecture Invitation

Sudanese National Academy of Sciences (SNAS) with the Organization for Women in Science in the Developing world (OWSD) are developing approaches for the incorporation of nanotechnology in the science and engineering education in the Sudan. Host academy lead by: Prof. Mohamad H A Hassan, is pleased to invite you to the public seminar titled Science, Engineering and Nanotechnology: Experiences in Academia and Government" by the Diaspora Fellow: Prof. Osama O. Awadelkarim, Pennsylvania State University, USA; Fellow, Sudanese National Academy of Sciences.

Wednesday, 05 December 2018 08:21

Hassan named to the Pontifical Academy

For a career of accomplishments in research and international cooperation, TWAS founding Executive Director Mohamed Hassan has been elected a lifetime member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences.

Mohamed H.A. Hassan, the president of the Sudanese National Academy of Sciences and former executive director of The World Academy of Sciences, has been appointed by Pope Francis to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences.  

Mohamed H.A. HassanHassan, chairman of the Governing Council of the United Nations Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countries, was notified of this lifetime appointment by Bishop Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo, chancellor of the Academy. He will receive the insignia in an official induction ceremony, which will be celebrated during a solemn pontifical audience at a meeting of the Academy 12-14 November in Rome, Italy. 

The Pontifical Academy is one of the world's oldest and most august scientific bodies, with roots dating to the early 17th century. Under Academy statutes, members receive lifetime appointments "on the basis of their eminent original scientific studies and of their acknowledged moral personality, without any ethnical or religious discrimination."

"I am humbled and privileged to be appointed a member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, one of the world's most prestigious academies," Hassan said. "I look forward to joining the Academy's 80 international members and contributing to the fulfilment of its mission – the advance of knowledge in science and in related ethical and philosophical issues."

Hassan served as TWAS's first executive director, a position he held from 1983-2011. During that period, he guided the Academy through a period of great growth and expanding influence. In the global scientific community, he has a reputation as an ambassador for scientific excellence and international science cooperation. 

Using his experience and diplomatic skills, Hassan has been an advocate of scientific advancement for the developing world, and a driving force in establishing South-South and South-North partnerships for sustainable development. He has also fostered the organization of science diplomacy events, bringing together scientists and policymakers to address the challenges of poverty, scientific development and gender equality.

With a PhD in mathematics from the University of Oxford (UK), Hassan's scientific contributions range from theoretical plasma physics to the development of mathematical and physical models in environmental, geoscience and space science. He has also authored articles on science, technology and innovation in the developing world. In addition to his leadership at the Sudanese National Academy of Sciences, Hassan currently he is a professor of mathematics at Khartoum University and chairman of the Board of Trustees of Al Mashreq University, both in Sudan.

He formerly served as president of the African Academy of Sciences and is a current member of several merit-based international academies. In 2012 he received the Abdus Salam Medal, named after TWAS founder Abdus Salam, the Pakistani physicist and Nobel Prize winner. 

Indeed, the election of Hassan to the Pontifical Academy has important symbolic significance. It was at a meeting of the Academy in 1981 that Salam and other scholars conceived of an academy of sciences for the developing world – and from that idea, TWAS was born in 1983. Salam was a member before his death in 1996.

The Pontifical Academy (Pontificia Academia Scientiarum in Latin) is an international and independent body with roots that date back to the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei (Academy of the Lynxes), an esteemed scientific body founded in Rome (1603). 

Today the Academy's goals are focused on promoting the progress of mathematical, physical and natural sciences, fostering interaction between faith and reason and offering authoritative advice on scientific and technological matters. Academy statutes limit membership to 80 elite academicians, all serving lifetime terms. They represent all the principal branches of science and all regions of the world. 

The academicians are expected to attend Academy meetings, and to suggest topics for study. They help to select new members, and also to nominate exceptional early career scientists for the Pius XI Medal.

The Pontifical Academy is a member of the InterAcademy Partnership (IAP), which is hosted by TWAS in Trieste, Italy, and of the International Science Council (ICSU).

Cristina Serra

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