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22 May 2017
Researchers fleeing conflict and war need broad support from the science community and governments, say recommendations from a workshop co-organised by TWAS.
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18 May 2017
Sida will provide USD13.7 million to TWAS, OWSD and GenderInSITE under a new multi-year contract signed with UNESCO.
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18 May 2017
Writing in Science, TWAS Executive Director Mohamed Hassan urges recognition that mass migration damages developing nations.
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4 May 2017
Global experts will explore improved climate prediction at the CAS-TWAS-WMO Forum in Beijing. Register by 1 July.
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4 May 2017
TWAS Executive Director Mohamed Hassan is honoured by the Italian cultural association Cinzia Vitale Onlus for its work in global science.
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2 May 2017
TWAS and its partners have established new prizes focused on women scientists and Least Developed Countries.
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10 April 2017
Science diplomacy can help to tap the skills of displaced scientists, says Canadian diplomat and author Daryl Copeland.
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7 April 2017
The Beijing-based Regional Office for East and South-East Asia and the Pacific has a bright new Internet home.
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6 April 2017
What lessons can we learn from existing attempts to help refugee and at-risk scientists?
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5 April 2017
Organizations from around the world joined the Science International initiative for open access to publicly funded "big data" sets.

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