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International Basic Sciences Programme (IBSP)

International Basic Sciences Programme (IBSP)
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The International Basic Sciences Programme (IBSP) is an international multidisciplinary programme established by UNESCO Member States in order to reinforce intergovernmental cooperation and co-operation between partner organizations in science to strengthen national capacities in the basic sciences and science education. More

 

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Preparation of project proposals for the International Basic Sciences Programme (IBSP)
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Report by the Director-General on the evaluation of the first phase of the International Basic Sciences Programme (IBSP), and proposals regarding draft document 34 C/4 and draft document 34 C/5 (176 EX/11)
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  • 28-07-2010
Microscience training/consultation workshop in Sudan
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  • 07-05-2010
Third Human Variome Project Meeting
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  • 28-02-2010
International Year of Chemistry 2011 – share ideas via a global network
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  • 15-12-2009
CERN’s Large Hadron Collider has re-started
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  • 30-11-2009
Message from Mrs Irina Bokova, Director-General of UNESCO, on the occasion of World AIDS Day, 1 December 2009
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  • 16-03-2009
First meeting of the Board of Governors for the Regional Centre for Biotechnology Education and Training in India
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  • 16-01-2009
IBSP Brochure Available online
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  • 24-11-2008
Bamako Call to Action urges new approach to health research
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  • 29-10-2008
“Soft” Inauguration of the Synchrotron-light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East (SESAME) Center and 13th session of its Council
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  • 29-10-2008
UNESCO and Research for Health
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  • 14-10-2008
A platform for collaborative action in cancer research – UNESCO collaborates with European partners
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  • 07-03-2008
Global Ministerial Forum on Research for Health
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