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2 July 2019
The call is open for new grants and postdoc fellowships for scientists in Islamic countries who are working in fields of sustainability.
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27 June 2019
An event organised by TWAS Young Affiliates and supported by the Elsevier Foundation brought big data lessons to a new generation of researchers
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13 June 2019
A first-of-its-kind event is planting the seeds for critical data-analysis expertise in Africa.
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10 June 2019
Researchers and the private sector both would gain from closer ties, said photochemist Tatas Brotosudarmo at a TWAS Research Grants workshop.
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6 June 2019
Subra Suresh, pioneering researcher and TWAS Fellow, describes the impact of new technologies and multi-disciplinary research.
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4 June 2019
TWAS Research Grants awardees are convening in Nepal this week to explore the non-scientific skills that can help propel a scientist's career.
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23 May 2019
Nudrat Aisha Akram, a TWAS Young Affiliate from Pakistan, is exploring new approaches to help plants resist environmental stress.
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8 May 2019
It's time to nominate women scientists from Africa and scientists from S&T-lagging countries for three TWAS awards.
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30 April 2019
The TWAS executive director received an honourary PhD from the University of Johannesburg for his contributions to science and science education.
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26 April 2019
Decision-makers and institutions worldwide should treasure the skills of war-displaced scientists, experts said at a screening of TWAS's "Science in Exile" in Trieste, Italy.

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