CABI has joined forces with Research4Life in a bid to reduce the knowledge gap between the industrialized North and the emerging economies of the Global South through greater access to a range of research resources relating to agriculture, the environment and other applied sciences. CAB Abstracts – an online platform…
When microbiologist Dr David Smith started work for CABI in 1974 the world was a very different place. Abba had won the Eurovision Song Contest with ‘Waterloo’ and went on to become a global pop sensation, a Renault 16TX car would have set you back £1,894.75 (£20,682 in today’s money)…
Dr Niklaus J. Grünwald has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of the forthcoming CABI Agriculture and Bioscience inter-disciplinary, open access journal due to be launched later this year.
Script project paves the way for Uganda’s first Annual Media Convention dedicated to science journalism
SciDev.Net through the innovative Script project – aimed at nurturing the science journalists of tomorrow – has helped pave the way for Uganda’s first Annual Media Convention dedicated to advancing science journalism and communication
African scientists eager to share their research get a boost with Script and The Conversation Africa Science Communication competition
Script is giving course graduates who have an article published with The Conversation Africa the chance to win an exclusive mentoring experience at the publication’s office in Nairobi, Kenya.
CABI’s publishing business has been busy strengthening partnerships in China by showcasing the benefits of its range of print and online products and services to Chinese clients and partners, and exploring opportunities of further collaboration with the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) in Beijing.
CABI has showcased its expertise in agricultural knowledge to some of Hungary’s leading information experts, librarians and scientists as part of a special open day aimed at raising awareness of its knowledge databases, compendia and e-books.
Budding science journalists offered “big break” mentoring opportunity from Nation Media Group and Radio Nigeria
Budding science journalists are being offered a step up the career ladder thanks to a new mentoring scheme from Script in collaboration with Nation Media Group and Radio Nigeria.
CABI's Global Health - the go-to bibliographic database for the study and practice of national, regional and international public health - has undergone a major upgrade which includes a refreshed look, extended content and new features.
SciDev.Net's innovative Script training and networking programme is offering scientists and science journalists a free online training course to help address the lack of high-quality science reporting in Africa.