December 17, 2014 Video from this year’s Young Scientists Networking Conference gives a first flavour of the 2015 conference
In a brief video from the 2014 Young Scientists Networking Conference on greener economy, viagra 40mg young scientists give an insight into the broad range of their research interests and ideas for the future. At this type of conferences on integrated science, early careers scientists have the opportunity to interact and network with peers and senior researchers from across the globe and different disciplines. Until 22 December 2014, young researchers from the social and natural sciences are welcome to apply for the 3rd Young Scientists Networking Conference in 2015.
Key information about the 2015 conference
The 2015 conference will bring together senior and leading scientists and researchers with a diversity of perspectives to identify priority questions for future research on the topic “Future Sustainability—the role of Science in the Sustainable Development Goals.” The conference, which is organised by the International Council for Science (ICSU), International Social Science Council (ISSC), and the German Research Foundation (DFG), will take place at the Villa Vigoni in Menaggio, Italy, between 24-30 May 2015.
Closing date for applications: 22 December 2014
Full details and an application form are available on the Future Earth website.
Video: Participants of the 2014 conference discuss on a greener economy
Why does biodiversity matter? What is social justice? And how can we plan for an uncertain future?
From 25-31 May, 30 young scientists from across the disciplines met at Villa Vigoni, the German Italian Centre for European Excellence in Menaggio, Italy, to work on their vision for a sustainable economy. In this video, conference participants share their research interests and ideas for a future with more sustainable economies by answering the questions above and more:
The conference was organised by the International Council for Science (ICSU), the International Social Science Council (ISSC) and the German Research Foundation (DFG), in collaboration with the International Network of Next-Generation Ecologists (INNGE) and Institute for New Economic Thinking – Young Scholars Initiative (INET YSI).