World Science Forum 2017 will engage the world of science and redefine the global potential of scientific communities and policymakers to bring real change to our interlinked societies. Further information can be found here.
OpenCon brings together early career researchers, librarians, and students from around the world to connect and empower the next generation of leaders to open up research and education in their communities. Further information can be found here.
Meeting of the Asian Young Academies will be held in in Jerusalem, Israel between 11-13 February 2018 under the title of “Science and Society: Challenges and Prospects”. Further information can be found here.
The Second Women in Science without Borders Conference will be held in Johannesburg, South Africa, between 21-23 March 2018 under the title of WISWB-Indaba-“Resilience in Diversity”. The conference will encourage participation from both male and female scientists in all fields of STEM and gender issues where presenters will show their cutting edge research. The deadline
The 2018 conference, focusing on the theme: ‘Forever Young? Sustainable and healthy longevity through science and technology’, will take place in Pattaya, Thailand from 7 to 11 May 2018. GYA members from over 50 countries, distinguished members of the GYA advisory board, senior scientists, government and NGO actors, and science administrators from around the world