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24 March 2017
Researchers fleeing from war-torn countries shared stories of challenge and hope at a workshop on refugee scientists co-organised by TWAS.
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20 March 2017
The fall armyworm is devastating African crops. At icipe, researchers are in discussion with various stakeholders in Eastern and Southern Africa to explore innovative ways to control the pest.
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16 March 2017
A new event seeks to clarify how policymakers can help researchers
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15 March 2017
At the opening of an international workshop on refugee scientists co-organised by TWAS, science and policy leaders described the scientists as a valuable resource.
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9 March 2017
The venerable UK academy and the global academy that is focused on science in the South may look for ways to support African science.
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8 March 2017
Scientists who have fled from lethal conflicts will join policymakers and the leaders of support programmes beginning 13 March in Trieste.
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22 February 2017
Early-career researchers from Bangladesh, Ecuador, Ghana, Indonesia and Sudan were honoured in engineering sciences.
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7 February 2017
The controversial US travel ban will have an immediate negative effect on science, says interim Executive Director Mohamed Hassan.
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6 February 2017
In recognition of changes in global development patterns, TWAS has issued a new list of 66 S&T-lagging countries.
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27 January 2017
HIV/AIDS prevention in the Philippines provides a strong example of how social marketing promotes healthy behavior, says physician Edsel Salvaña.

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