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18 October 2018
Leaders of the Royal Society, a globally respected science academy, meet with TWAS and FIT/ESOF to explore cooperation.
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13 October 2018
At the World Social Science Forum in Japan, the Science International partnership explored the needs of war-displaced researchers.
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3 October 2018
Researchers work to provide Israelis, Jordanians and Palestinians with drinkable water – and to ease political strife
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21 September 2018
TWAS Research Grant awardee Awa Gneme studies malaria- and dengue-transmitting mosquitoes to help shape medical strategy.
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17 September 2018
Science institutions in Trieste and Friuli Venezia Giulia to support scientists fleeing conflict.
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4 September 2018
As crises escalate, so does the number of displaced scientists. But a precise overall count is elusive.
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31 August 2018
By patenting innovations, scientists and universities may reap financial rewards, which in turn stimulates further innovation, says Revel Iyer, a South African technology transfer expert.
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29 August 2018
Esther Mwaikambo, the president of Tanzania Academy of Sciences, talks about the role of women in African science at a TWAS Research Grants conference.
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28 August 2018
Writing effective proposals and understanding intellectual property are among the key tools to be discussed at a TWAS Research Grants conference from 28-31 August in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
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3 July 2018
Former TWAS Executive Director Mohamed Hassan has been elected to the international scientific body of the Roman Catholic Church.

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