Over 220 participants from 60 countries registered for this hybrid conference that explored the theme ‘Inclusive Excellence: Harnessing Knowledge for Sustainable Societies’, which considered how research can address global challenges, how current research structures and processes exclude valuable voices and knowledge systems, and how to make these structures and processes more equitable and sustainable.
TYAN Co-chair Roula Abdle-Massih was present on behalf of TYAN.
The event allows participants to discuss some of the major projects and activities carried out by IAP and its regional networks in the past three years, in areas such as Climate Change and Health, Combatting Predatory Academic Journals and Conferences, and activities in the context of the IAP Science and Education Program.
This was the first time that young academies took part in the Triennial IAP Conference, encouraging the exchange between senior and early-career scientists.
Know more at: https://www.interacademies.org/news/senior-and-young-academies-call-more-inclusive-effective-and-sustainable-research-environment?s=08