The first Asia Regional Meeting is co-organized by the Science Council of Japan (SCJ) and National Young Academy of Japan. It is a unique opportunity for exchanging ideas, networking and creating purposeful and focused effort among 21 top scientists from 12 Asian countries: Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand,
The 1st Africa Young Academies Regional Conference is organized by the Global Young Academy (GYA) in cooperation with the Network of African Science Academies (NASAC). The conference topic is “Accelerating science for development in Africa by increasing the momentum and impact of National Young Academies”.
The event engages and empowers excellent young scientists and researchers from across Africa to address the challenges that impede scientific development towards a sustainable future for the region. Moreover it brings together the future leaders of scientific research and innovation from across Africa, and to facilitate the development of strong networks of collaboration and cooperation.
The Kenya National Young Academy of Sciences (KNYAS) is officially launched at the 1st Africa Regional Conference organized by the GYA. — Prof.Kenneth Mavuti and Prof. Ratemo Michieka, both from the Kenya National Academy of Sciences and Christoph Hansert, Director of the DAAD Nairobi office, announce and welcome the founding members of KNYAS.
GYA Co-chair Rees Kassen and member Sherien Elagroudy are part of a delegation of six young scientists invited to present a statement at the inaugural meeting of the United Nation’s new Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) of the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
In this press conference at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities the GYA launches the report on the BMBF-funded project “Global State of Young Scientists” (GloSYS) authored by Catherine Beaudry (Canada) and Irene Friesenhahn (Germany). The report explores the concerns and opportunities for career development of young researchers.
This year’s Sophie Charlotte Salon focuses on “Quo Vadis, Europe?”. The Salon is an evening event to introduce the public to the activities of the BBAW and its various projects and partners such as the Global Young Academy The GYA Executive Committee provides “Perspectives on Europe by young scientists from around the world” in a
From 18-20 January 2014, the first In-Person EC Meeting takes place at BBAW, Berlin.
The Global Research Council (GRC) is a virtual organization, comprised of the heads of science and engineering funding agencies from around the world, dedicated to promoting the sharing of data and best practices for high-quality collaboration among funding agencies worldwide. Rees Kassen and Andrew Pelling introduced the GYA at a regional meeting of the GRC
The meeting brings together global growth companies and young global leaders as well as young scientists, social entrepreneurs, technology pioneers and the World Economic Forum’s youngest community and creates a unique opportunity for exchange. In this year the GYA was officially involved in the nomination process and coordinated nominations for all IAP members as well
GYA Managing Director Heidi Wedel attended the Annual General Meeting of the RSE Young Academy of Scotland (YAS) in Stirling and presented the GYA. — News item: http://www.globalyoungacademy.net/news_archive/gya-at-the-annual-general-meeting-of-the-rse-young-academy-of-scotland