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We would like to know what you think of the UNESCO Science Report

Research spending grew faster worldwide between 2007 and 2013 (+30.5%) than GDP (+20.1%), according to the UNESCO Science Report (2015). This was largely because the private sector in wealthier countries maintained or increased its own level of spending on R&D, even though public commitment to R&D faltered in many countries faced with public austerity budgets. The report also reveals that a growing number of economies reliant on commodity exports are now striving to make their economies less reliant on fluctuating global markets and more rooted in knowledge.

The UNESCO Science Report takes the pulse of science, technology and innovation worldwide every five years. This latest edition provides data on 189 countries profiles 140 of them. What do you think of the report? How do you use it? Share your views with us via this quick reader satisfaction survey:
ENGLISH: http://en.unesco.org/unesco_science_report
FRENCH: http://fr.unesco.org/Rapport_UNESCO_science

Invention

I am the inventor of Water producing Fridges which is useful to solve the water crisis of the country.The fridges are

eco- friendly,cost-effective and utilitarian to produce water. Our atmosphere contains moisture and humidity These

fridges suck the moisture from the atmosphere and produce and store pure and fresh water for drinking. The fridges

can produce large quantity of water, if the fridges are produced and supplied on large scale on commercial basis with

smart technologies.

Priya Verma

Inventor

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Welcoming Article Submission - PSM Publishers

PSM Publishers cordially welcomes the authors for submission of articles towards the upcoming issues of journals.
Please submit your manuscript along with cover letter via online submission link http://www.psmpublishers.org/submission/
or via attachment to the email editor@psmpublishers.org

Invitation: EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF)

The EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) is a biennial, pan-European, general science conference dedicated to scientific research and innovation. Each conference aims to deliver stimulating content and lively debate around the latest advancements and discoveries in the sciences, humanities and social sciences.

International award

Priya verma is the Winner of Scotia Bank Bright Future International Young leaders Award 2016 for volunteerism, leadership, environmental protection and social service.

WEBINAR - Democracy In The 21st Century.

Join us in this short 30-minute webinar where we discuss with author Derek Bates the state of democracy in the 21st century, its inadequacies and what we need to do to make it relevant to the age we live in.

The link for people to register for this event is http://app.webinarjam.net/register/20480/013e9f62a4

Derek Bates argues that our involvement in politics permits us to put a cross on a piece of paper once every five years to select policies we had no input in and elect MPs who were chosen for us by Party members.

He believes that Mobile phones, and social media allow us to vote on issues of national importance and to select policies for the nation for say three years.

An Ipsos/Mori poll shows that 80% of us believe our politicians do not tell the truth. Government has yet to recognise that via our mobile phones, emails and websites we can have a genuine democracy.

International Hydrological Prize and Tison Award Ceremony

12th Kovacs Colloquium
15 June 2016, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris

International Hydrological Prize and Tison Award Ceremony
Hydrological Inputs for Water-Related SDGs Implementation: Knowledge, Data, Indicators, Tools & Innovation

Every two years, the International Hydrological Programme (IHP) of UNESCO and the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) organise the Kovacs Colloquium, a series of international scientific meetings in the most challenging fields of water resources research. These meetings also commemorate the late George Kovacs, an established authority on hydrology, who served as Chairperson of the Intergovernmental Council of IHP and as Secretary General and President of IAHS.

International Hydrological Prize and Tison Award Ceremony

12th Kovacs Colloquium
15 June 2016, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris

International Hydrological Prize and Tison Award Ceremony
Hydrological Inputs for Water-Related SDGs Implementation: Knowledge, Data, Indicators, Tools & Innovation

Medieval Illnesses and Cures

In the Medieval England, health and medicine were very important aspects of life. One of the causes of medieval illnesses is poor hygiene such as skin disease. Skin disease was most common around poor peasants and townspeople. Because of the rough wool clothing that they wore, many insects lived in the material and irritated the skin of the people. The illness was cured from covering the sore spots with the skin of a wolf.
Poor diets were also responsible for causing many illnesses including scurvy and diarrhea. Scurvy is caused by the lack of vitamin C and was cured from drinking/eating citrus. Diarrhea is caused by many things and a common cure was folk medicine which was made from the herbal remedies of plants, flowers, and tree bark.

My research paper on "Youth participation in environment protection" has been published by the Commonwealth, UK

My research paper on the topic "Youth participation in environment protection" has been selected and published in the Commonwealth Young Achiever Book-2015 , by Commonwealth Youth Council, Commonwealth UK. at Page 316 which is a matter of proud.

Nominated for the Great Young Achievers published by the Commonwealth, UK.

My story has been published in the Commonwealth Young Achievers Book-2015 published by the Commonwealth, UK out of thousands of nominations received from all over the world to inspire young people.

Call for applications for the AAAS-TWAS Course on Science and Diplomacy

Dear Scientist,

We would like to inform you that the call for applications for the AAAS-TWAS Course on Science and Diplomacy to be held in July 2016 in Trieste, Italy is now open.

The course is organized by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and TWAS and aims to expose participants to some key concepts on the interactions between the scientific and policy-making communities. It will also explore contemporary international policy issues relating to science, technology, environment and health.

The AAAS-TWAS Course on Science and Diplomacy will be held from 11 to 16 July 2016 in Trieste, Italy.
The link below provides further information and access to the application form:
http://twas.org/node/11557

The application deadline is 4 March 2016.
Successful candidates will be contacted before the end of March.

For any queries, please contact us at sciencediplomacy@twas.org.

Best regards,
Peter McGrath
Coordinator, IAP/IAMP