All-women Philippine Team Wins UNESCO Sustainable Engineering Hackathon

WONDERPETS from the Philippines devised a sustainable way to reduce water pollution. We are celebrating their UNESCO hackathon victory today on International Women’s Day.

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Asia Ramps Up Research In 2021 UNESCO Science Report

To support sustainability and advance digital transformation, governments and researchers in Asia are coming together to focus research direction and increase output.

Survival At Stake In Humanity’s Relationship With Nature

To restore humanity's relationship with nature, international collaboration and policy, civic society engagement, changing behaviors and shifting mindsets are needed.

Two From Asia Win UNESCO’s Man And The Biosphere Young Scientists Awards

Two early-career scientists from Indonesia and the Philippines were recognized for their efforts to promote sustainable development in ecosystems.

China’s R&D Spending Grew 18.3% Annually: UNESCO

According to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics' new data tool, China is achieving an astonishing average annual growth rate of 18.3 percent in R&D spending.

UNESCO: ASEAN Economy Community Likely To Spur Scientific Cooperation

The ASEAN Economic Community could also spur both the cross-border movement of researchers and greater specialization, in turn broadening cooperation in science and technology.

More Nature Please, We’re Singaporean

Nature finds a way to thrive, even in the concrete jungle of Singapore.

Guo Huili & Ho Ghim Wei Awarded 2014 L’Oréal SG Fellowship

Guo Huili and Ho Ghim Wei have been awarded the 2014 L’Oréal Singapore For Women In Science national fellowship.

NTU, UNESCO Create Science Kits For Developing Nations

Science learning kits jointly developed by NTU and UNESCO aim to help students in developing nations get hands on experience.

Five New Armored Spiders Discovered in China

Five new armored spiders have been discovered in the caves of South China Karst, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.