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How science, tech and innovation can help beyond the pandemic
15 Jan 2021
International cooperation on the science, technology and innovation frontiers can fast-track sustainable development progress after the COVID-19 crisis, experts say.
Calibrating technology to tackle sustainable development challenges in Africa
11 Dec 2020
Science, technology, and innovation set to boost post COVID-19 recovery as the continent seeks to tap its energy and agricultural sectors as tools for development and growth with UNCTAD’s help.
Public procurement is a powerful tool for sustainable development – UN report
8 Sep 2020
Strategic government spending on goods and services can increase the uptake of sustainability standards in the wake of COVID-19, driving our sustainable development ambitions.
COVID-19 will likely transform global production, says UN report
16 Jun 2020
New UNCTAD report shows reshoring, diversification and regionalization will drive restructuring of global value chains in the coming years.
How to launch Ethiopia's tech and innovation lift-off
22 Nov 2019
UNCTAD review shows how improved use of science, technology and innovation policies can build innovation capacity, upgrade technologies and accelerate Ethiopia's development process.
New policy review framework balances development objectives
17 May 2019
UNCTAD updates its methodology for assessing science, technology and innovation policies to better balance economic, social and environmental factors.
Inequalities and the Fourth Industrial Revolution
1 May 2019
Written bySusan E. Cozzens, Georgia Institute of Technology
Genetics and AI experts to speak at science, tech and innovation meeting
4 Mar 2019
The impact of rapid technological change on sustainable development, and the role of citizen science, form focus of May session.
Inclusive science policymaking needed for rapid tech change
13 Feb 2019
Inter-sessional Panel of the UN Commission on Science and Technology for Development meets in Vienna to discuss ssacling up inclusion.