NEWS
20 January 2020
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The U.N. Technology Bank is taking steps to help Least-Developed Countries catch up with the digital revolution.
Conservation scientist from Benin leads young generations to learn the importance of wildlife.
An essay by TWAS Fellow Klaus Krickeberg explores how math powers public health research
A TWAS panel urges the provision of a deeper education in big data for young scientists.
A chemist from Nepal searches for medical molecules in plants
SDGs are in the global agenda but their accomplishment is far from reach. Young scientists could help make a change, say experts at a COMSATS/TWAS workshop.
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