martes, 3 de noviembre de 2009

The latest issue of UNESCO's “A World of Science”

With interesting articles about Darwin, Climate Change, Education, etc...



Contents:

  • Focus: Darwin lives!
  • Albania approves science strategy
  • UN adopts climate services
  • OECD reassesses UNESCO’s development aid
  • Strong growth in student mobility
  • Invest more in higher education, conference urges
  • UNESCO assesses damage to Babylon
  • Lecture notes go public
  • Thirteen sites join World heritage
  • An interview with Beatriz Barbuy retraces the life and death of stars
  • Captivate them young
  • Taking a step back

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