Calibrating technology to tackle sustainable development challenges in Africa
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.
Innovation, technology and data boost our power to help the most vulnerable
David Beasley, World Food Programme Executive Director
Space and the profusion of data – the new development frontier?
Shamika N. Sirimanne, Director of UNCTAD’s Division on Technology and Logistics
There's more to science than gadgets
Science and technology on their own are nothing, it is what we do with them that is more important to development.
Le prix des promesses du big data pour les pays pauvres
Isabelle Durant, Secrétaire générale adjointe de la CNUCED
Technology opens new opportunity, policy makers must prepare for disruption
Harnessing Emerging Technological Breakthroughs for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
Inclusive innovation critical for sharing benefits of growth and countering rising inequality, UNCTAD meeting told
Government representatives discussed how innovation that is inclusive can help improve the lives of the disadvantaged in society at UNCTAD’s Investment, Enterprise and Development Commission on 30th April 2014.
Experts discuss challenges of implementing science, technology and innovation policies
During a parallel event to the ECOSOC meetings held recently in Geneva, experts argued that science, technology and innovation (STI) policy action was vital for development, and noted that both policy design and implementation posed important challenges for policymakers.
Dominican Republic summarizes science, technology and innovation policies
The country’s Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology has reviewed challenges that the nation faces, at the meeting that saw the presentation of UNCTAD’s Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Review of the Dominican Republic.