Out of 100 woman selected for the Homeward Bound project
Tatianna Silva, the second ever Brazilian, has been selected for the Homeward Bound project, a transformational leadership initiative for women with a background in STEMM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics, medicine). Have a look at Tatianna´s crowdfunding page on GoFundMe.
Appointed to UN Sustainable Development Advisory Group
UN Secretary-General appoints 15 independent scientists to draft the second quadrennial Global Sustainable Development Report. Dr Shirin Malekpour is the only Australian among 15 world-leading scientists to advise the UN on global sustainable development.
Jaewon appointed as Greentech Alliance Advisor
The mission of the Greentech Alliance is to push forward true Greentech companies that put our planet before profit. Green Talents 2019 Jaewon Son has been appointed as one of the 250 Greentech Alliance advisors.
One of Australia's top 40 young researchers
Dr Rachel Kelly is a socioecological researcher at the Centre for Marine Socioecology at University of Tasmania and her research interests include social licence and marine conservation. She was selected as one Australia's top 40 young researchers in the Research magazine The Australian.
Selected in 5th BRICS YSF Conclave, Russia
Dr Mohit Saraf was selected in the 5th BRICS Young Scientist Conclave (Virtual), Russia (Sept 21-25, 2020). Every year BRICS forum invites around 20 young scientists from each country. This year the themes are Ecology, Artificial Intelligence and Materials Science. Mohit has been selected in Materials Science.
Featured in the SDG Talks Podcast
In this episode of the SDG Talks Podcast, Dr Femeena Valappil breaks down the myths around this concept and sheds light around the most recent science around this field: Water-Food-Energy Nexus and the Power of Duckweeds
Dr Tonni Kurniawan has been awarded by The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS) with the TWAS-UNESCO associateship to undertake collaboration with other outstanding researchers in the South, for a project entitled “Microbial fuel cells for wastewater treatment."
ACM SIGHPC Computational and Data Science Fellow
Emily Elhacham selected to receive the prestigious ACM SIGHPC Computational and Data Science Fellowship. ACM’s Special Interest Group on High Performance Computing (SIGHPC) has announced the twelve recipients of the ACM SIGHPC Computational and Data Science Fellowships for 2020.