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12 December 2016
An international competition for case studies on sustainability has been launched by the Elsevier Foundation and TWAS.
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9 December 2016
TWAS's Young Affiliates met in Kigali to set the stage for an active new network that will give young scientists a strong voice in developing countries.
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9 December 2016
Representatives of 40 nations called for broad scientific cooperation in the "Belt and Road" region.
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8 December 2016
Big data is a double-edged sword that can bring profit to few but also benefits to many, experts from Africa and Italy said at TWAS's Trieste Next roundtable.
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8 December 2016
Rwandan biologist Florien Nsanganwimana studies how to use plants to recover soils in abandoned mining sites.
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6 December 2016
Olaniyi Fawole from South Africa found that even damaged pomegranates are a rich source of bioactive oil.
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21 November 2016
Brazil will host a key meeting in a project to increase engagement on solar-radiation management issues.
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17 November 2016
As the meeting in Rwanda draws to a close, the importance of connectedness rises as a key conclusion.
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16 November 2016
In a lecture at the TWAS's General Meeting in Rwanda, former Academy President C.N.R. Rao had a clear message: If you want to shape the future, trust chemistry.
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15 November 2016
Rwandan President Paul Kagame called science a force for development and peace as the 27th TWAS General Meeting opened

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