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11 August 2016
A new book by TWAS Fellow Calestous Juma explores the economic and cultural forces that stifle progress.
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10 August 2016
Deadline: 1 September. Nominations are open for a high-profile honour for early-career women scientists in the developing world.
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3 August 2016
Science diplomacy helps improve the climate for global cooperation, high-level speakers said at the AAAS-TWAS summer course in science diplomacy.
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1 August 2016
This year's AAAS-TWAS course used a simulated international negotiation to teach about the challenges of science diplomacy.
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21 July 2016
Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Academy leaders finalize plans for the event in Kigali, to be held 14-17 November.
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12 July 2016
Biodiversity, international cooperation, and a role-playing exercise are core elements in the 3rd AAAS-TWAS workshop on science diplomacy.
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4 July 2016
TWAS’s interim executive director will have a key role in setting in motion a new resource for scientists in Least Developed Countries.
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1 July 2016
Governments must improve surveillance and communication to address future viral threats, says Brazilian science leader Hernán Chaimovich.
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30 June 2016
Mohamed H.A. Hassan, who led the TWAS secretariat for 26 years, returns to guide the Academy through a leadership transition.
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17 June 2016
Gebisa Ejeta, winner of the 2009 World Food Prize, urges developing countries to invest in education and science to overcome food scarcity and achieve independence.

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