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Canadian climate scientist is new President of the International Council for Science

Professor Gordon McBean, an internationally recognized meteorologist and climate change expert, today became the new President of the International Council for Science (ICSU).

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South African mathematician elected as next President of the International Council for Science

Professor Daya Reddy, an internationally recognized mathematician from South Africa, today became the new President-elect of the International Council for Science

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International Council for Science endorses open access to scientific record; cautions against misuse of metrics

The General Assembly of the International Council for Science today endorsed open access principles and provided key recommendations guarding against the misuse of metrics in the evaluation of research performance.

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Celebrating 30 years of global change research

The global science community celebrates 30 years of research collaboration which has contributed to fundamental breakthroughs in our understanding of the Earth System

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Leading scientists from around the world gather in Auckland for key strategy summit of scientific organizations

Gathering in Auckland for the tri-annual General Assembly of the International Council for Science (ICSU), the representatives of the scientific community will take key decisions that will define the direction of international science for the coming years.

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Science advice to governments comes off age at Auckland conference

Responding to the increasingly global nature of societal challenges, practitioners of science advice to governments formed a global network to share practice and strengthen their ties, at the first global conference on science advice to governments, which was held in Auckland, New Zealand this week.

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Future Earth to get globally distributed secretariat

Future Earth to get globally distributed secretariat

Future Earth, the new international programme for global sustainability which brings together thousands of the world’s leading researchers on global environmental change, will have a new secretariat with a unique and innovative structure that spans three continents.

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