Bangladesh Academy of Sciences - INDIA SCIENCE AND RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP(ISRF) PROGRAMMECALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR ISRF PROGRAMME FOR BANGLADESH
The dynamics of the 21st century knowledge economy is being progressively driven by scientific and technological capabilities of a nation. The economic growth, prosperity and development of a country is increasingly being determined by its S&T competence and strength rather than its material and resource...Readmore
Bangladesh Academy of Sciences (BAS)National Science Olympiad 2012
The BAS Science Olympiad 2012 (NSO 2012) was held successfully this year both at the divisional level and national level. The Divisional Science Olympiad 2012 was held in 14 Centers (3 centers in the metropolitan Dhaka and 11 centers throughout the country ) covering the remote areas, like Mongla Port in the Southwest, Bandarban, Khagrachari in the Sou...Readmore
Bangladeshi immunologist Firdausi Qadri, Fellow, Bangladesh Academy of Sciences (BAS) awarded the C.N.R. Rao Prize1 October 2013. Firdausi Qadri, director of the Centre for Vaccine Sciences at the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research in Bangladesh and Fellow, BAS is the recipient of the 2013 C.N.R. Rao Prize, one of the awards conferred annually by TWAS, the world academy of sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries. Readmore
Joint Statement for Enhancing the Integrity of Scientific Research
Research institutions in Japan have consistently made significant contributions to their respective academic fields on the global level. The numerous Japanese researchers who have been awarded such internationally illustrious accolades and awards as the Nobel Prize bears testament to this fact.
Japan’s universities have also been integral to this effort. They hav...Readmore