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27 September 2016
In a new statement from IAP for Health, 46 medical academies from five continents pledge to push for better research reproducibility.
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21 September 2016
As the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research looks to the future, it’s exploring ways to use science to drive sustainable economic growth.
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19 September 2016
The final report of the UN Scientific Advisory Board urges a stronger role for science in international decision-making.
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13 September 2016
Candidates should be accomplished scientific leaders and administrators. Deadline: 12 October.
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2 September 2016
The role of big data in developing countries will be the focus of the TWAS roundtable at Trieste Next on 23 September.
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29 August 2016
In the centennial of his birth, physicist Paolo Budinich and his life will be centerstage of month-long events.
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24 August 2016
Despite historic challenges confronting the Arab region, science can provide a path to progress, says the Jordanian science leader.
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23 August 2016
Science International, co-organized by TWAS, IAP, ICSU and ISSC, has a new website to support its "open data" endorsement campaign.
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22 August 2016
If you want to be a good science communicator, credibility and respect for the audience are key, says Liz Neeley, an outreach expert and communication guru.
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19 August 2016
The Academy's Sub-Saharan Africa office advances efforts to promote science in the South with a new, user-friendly web design.

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