Outlook 2019 – Making Science, Innovation and Research work for the Sustainable Development Goals

The theme of the Outlook 2019 is to strengthening the role of science, innovation and research uptake in service of the 2030 Agenda for SD. The volume will therefore critically examine the important role of science, innovation and research for the achievement of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda and to provoke forward thinking on the role of science, innovation and research in solving global problems related to sustainability.

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A. Al-Roubaie and S. Al Dallal “Building capacity for sustainable development: the role of science and technology”
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A. Brown “Mapping progress towards the SDGs using Artificial Intelligence”
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A. Dean “Are WE willing to change”
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A. Ndedi and F. Nisabwe “Building partnership between universities and the United Nations System”
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E. M. Ahmed “Green productivity implications on sustainable development”
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G. N. Mamadu and K. T. Jummai “On Incidence of Callus Induction in the Development of Micropropagation of Acacia Senegal in Borno State of Nigeria”
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H. Nithyanandhan “Initiatives of Tanfeedh – a national program in enhancing economic diversification in Sultanate of Oman”
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H. Y. Hassan “The effect of food safety culture on reducing food borne illness rates”
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J. Stroud “Blended and online education at UCL”
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L. Alghofaily “Women leadership in higher education in Saudi Arabia”
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M. Abdelfttah “Distinguishing between gender and its impact on development in Sudan”
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M. Frutos-Perez “Online and blended learning reimagined: co-creating better futures”
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M. N. Alam and N. B. Noor “Islamic banking financing to SME: a unique tool to develop different new work relations (Case study on Sudan, Kenya, Cyprus and Bangladesh)”
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N. Nithyanandhan “Environmental benefits of using Sugarcane bagasse in by-product development (a case study on E.I.D- Parry’s Ltd India)”
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O. Joseph-Aluko “Youth advocacy and sustainable development in Sub-Saharan Africa”
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R. Hammad “Artificial intelligence-enabled framework for sustainable education”
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R. Saidi “Getting into digital – where should we start?”
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S. Afiko “Lifting the veil of effortless-effort in research and discoveries in Nigeria: lessons from other clans”
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S. Al Dallal and A. Al-Roubaie “New horizons in science, technology and innovation and its impact on sustainable development: the case of the Arab world”
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S. Namagembe “SME Environmental Standards and Poverty Eradication Among Small Scale Farmers: The Moderating Role of Farmers’ Empowerment and Adoption Environmentally Friendly Practices”
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S. Nantumbwe “Stakeholder power and sustainability of health projects in Uganda: the mediating role of stakeholder engagement”
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