Among the 113 scientists who were evaluated for the 2021 call of the TÜBİTAK 2247-A National Leading Researchers Program, 17 of the 31 scientists supported were TÜBA and TÜBA-GEBİP Member scientists.
TÜBA COVID-19 Global Pandemic Special Awards Ceremony was held at the YÖK Conference Hall. TÜBA members and university Rectors also attended.
International Turkic Academy, of which TÜBA is a member, held the introductory ceremony of the work “Turkish Integration-30”, which was published on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Turkish states. TÜBA Council Member Prof. Dr. Ahmet Cevat Acar attended the meeting representing TÜBA.
The June 2021 issue of “TÜBA-Newsletter” giving information about national and international activities of TÜBA was published.
War is described as a set of conflict situations that have global effects and have a negative impact on all living beings in the universe, in addition to showing substantial changes, particularly on the social structures of the parties engaged and their immediate neighbors. Wars have long-term catastrophic impacts on all living creatures, regardless of ethnic origin or locale. Wars have a detrimental impact on economic, political, and scientific life all around the world, particularly on the parties involved in the conflict. Instead of resolving the problems, conflicts, whose negative consequences have grown over time, sow seeds of animosity and resentment among future generations.