Elsevier, Research Policy, Volume 53, March 2024
World Intellectual Property Day 2024 is highlighting the critical importance of intellectual property (IP) in catalyzing the human innovation and creativity needed for achievement of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This study provides an overview of the key debates and the recent evidence on the societal role of Intellectual property rights (IPRs).
Large language models (LLMs) are positioned to become another destination for those seeking medical information. Consequently, the readability of these materials becomes an important factor in ensuring their effectiveness in promoting health literacy, given that the average American reads at the eighth-grade level. Supports SDGs 3 and 10.
This chapter advances the UN SDG goals 9 and 11 by exploring the potential of AI tools to promote smart civil engineering.
This chapter aligns with Goals 9, 11, and 13 by focusing on the use of renewable and recyclable materials, as well as adoption of methods to reduce energy consumption and waste.
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Measurement: Journal of the International Measurement Confederation, Volume 226, 28 February 2024

This paper seeks to contribute to pipeline leakage detection research through collecting and simulating leakage signals under different pressure strengths by combining experiments with numerical simulation. The findings point towards better detection in a real noise environment. Such research is vital in the context of increasing worldwide demand for water and insufficient water supply caused by pipeline leakage.
This chapter aligns with Goals 9, 11, 12 by emphasizing the responsible disposal of toxic building materials and providing guidance on selecting materials that have a positive effect on the health of occupants and the environment.
This article aligns with Sustainable Development Goal 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure. The research focuses on the green synthesis of nanoparticles using biological entities, such as microorganisms and plants, through nanobiotechnology processes. The use of these environmentally friendly methods has the potential to revolutionize biomedical applications, including cancer detection and treatment, as well as agricultural applications for crop improvement. Furthermore, green nanoparticles show promise in energy production and storage, offering cost-effective and sustainable solutions for future energy demands.
This chapter advances the UN SDG goals 2 and 9 by highlighting the role AI can play in identifying crop improvement methods for sustainable agriculture.
This chapter advances the UN SDG goals 9 and 11 by highlighting the role AI tools can play in mitigating urban air pollution for improved urban air quality.
Given that we are halfway to 2030, there is a greater need to accelerate our progress to SDGs. To the data gap, which is still a huge barrier for SDGs, Big Earth Data provide strong support to measure the status and trend of progress. Using Big Earth Data with global data acquisition and analysis capability, China can and should make more contributions to fill the data gap and give more data-driven suggestions for decision-makers for the world’s SDG efforts.

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