to our daily coverage from the World Conference on Science in Budapest
New reports: Thursday 1 July 1999
Conference approves key documents
Satisfaction for most, disappointment for some
Conference gives boost to African science
Women's group celebrate successful campaign
Declaration on Science
Rapporteur-general describes 'essence' of statements
Reports from Thursday 1 July 1999
Drafting group weathers the storm
France increases support for maths centre
Canadian biochemist places disabled's fate on the table.
Women a minority in national delegations
Australia's man makes his pitch
A pioneer in research capacity building.
Ehsan Masood talks to Berita Olsson, director of
the Swedish Agency for Research Cooperation
A step in the right direction
Reports from Wednesday, 30 June 1999
National delegates put case for research funds
US remain watchful on the sidelines
Concerns over material from thematics groups.
Indian minister gives a spiritual message
Youth forum wins backing from Mayor
Ethiopia wants annual science weeks
'Good science needs a solid foundation'.
Ehsan Masood talks to C N R Rao
No time for nervousness over funding
Reports from Tuesday, 29 June 1999
African countries pledge to use dept relief for science
Muslim states split over call for more spending on research
'Women in science' debate hots up
Recommendations on 'gender mainstreaming'
Jamaica shows a way forward with nuclear science centre.
Social science report reviews a discipline
The last lap ...
Getting the message across.
Reports from Monday, 28 June 1999
Call for greater recognition of 'indigenous knowledge'
Drafting group gets down to work
New generation seeks a permanent voice at Unesco
Physicist from Africa makes the case for centres of excellence
Why industry's voice needs to be heard
Science associations to share experiences
Materials science 'needs new international research centre'
How the World Bank shed its spots
The social sciences must be heard
Reports from Sunday, 27 June 1999
Alleviation of poverty 'should be top research priority'
'Seal of secrecy' returns to science
Male dominance on conference platform comes under fire
US science adviser calls for 'global citizen scientists'
Rotblat makes hit with call for Hippocratic oath
It takes two to tango.
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