UNESCO Partner

The European Scientific Institute, ESI leading by its own motto “Science does not know borders” together with its partners the University of the Azores, Portugal and Grigol Robakidze University, Georgia have joined the UN celebration of world science day by lunching the Global Multidisciplinary e-Conference 2013.

This academic scientific event will gather researchers from universities, companies and government executives from all around the globe. The participants will present their scientific attainments in various academic disciplines in online sessions. The event will connect different cultures and attitudes thus contributing to: knowledge transfer, sharing best practices and research skills improvement. All the accepted papers will be published and freely available at the European Scientific Journal. In this why we hope to give our contribution to the science.

Established by UNESCO in 2001, World Science Day for Peace and Development is celebrated worldwide on 10 November each year. The rationale behind celebrating World Science Day each year is rooted in the need for a new social contract for science, one which acknowledges the importance of the role science and scientists play in creating sustainable societies and which ensures that citizens are kept informed of developments in science and empowered to participate in science World Science Day has also generated concrete projects and built bridges between science and society. Partners such as UNESCO's National Commissions, intergovernmental and non-governmental organisations, scientific research institutions, professional associations, the media, science teachers and schools have been involved in celebrating World Science Day each year, thereby contributing to its success.

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