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TWAS-Fayzah M. Al-Kharafi Award winner Sayera Banu of Bangladesh is improving tuberculosis management in her country
The newly released TWAS Newsletter details the power of in-person events for science
TWAS-Atta-ur-Rahman Award winner uses charcoal-like material to protect natural resources
9 January 2023
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TWAS-Al-Kharafi awardee Nadia Haider of Syria studies the biodiversity of wild and cultivated plants to safeguard both producers and consumers
17 December 2022
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‘Promoting science today is not only important: it is essential,’ said TWAS Executive Director at the 2022 World Science Forum
14 December 2022
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TWAS-Samira Omar Award winner Sarobidy Rakotonarivo balances conservation with development among remote forest dwellers
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