Afghanistan's first female civilian pilot promotes greater science, technology, engineering and math educational capacity and access
The world we are living in is changing. Fundamental changes in the environment, an ever-growing global population, and rapid changes in technologies create new challenges and opportunities.
High-impact weather, climate, water and environment events undermine the resilience of people and the infrastructures they are relying on. A coordinated research effort and new investments are required to build science for services through seamless prediction systems, benefiting from future infrastructures while nurturing scientific talents.