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The World Water Development Report 2017

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  The World Water Day 2017 focuses on wastewater and ways to [...]

WFEO celebrates International Women’s Day 2017

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  Dr. Marlene Kanga, WFEO President Elect and Eng. Valerie Agberagba, Chair [...]

Engineers Canada kicks off National Engineering Month 2017

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The “E” in STEM – Dr Marlene Kanga talks Engineering

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  Last 4 February, WFEO President Elect Dr. Marlene Kanga has been [...]

WFEO at the 2017 ECOSOC Youth Forum

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  The 2017 Economic & Social Council Youth Forum took place between [...]

UNESCO job open on science and technology

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UNESCO proposes a job vacancy focused on science and engineering, under the [...]

Jorge Spitalnik invited to be an Advisory Board member of ICEE, UNESCO’s Category II Centre

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Professor Hongbin Sun’s research achievements listed as “Top-10 Science and Technology Progresses of Chinese Universities” in 2016

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  In the late Dec. 2016, the Science & Technology Commission of [...]

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COP 22 Report – Outcomes of the U.N. Climate Change Conference

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The twenty-second session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 22), the [...]
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