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11 November 2016
In a new film, scientists from the developing world describe how a TWAS research grant shaped their success.
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4 November 2016
Humanity is becoming increasingly urban. How can researchers help make cities healthier places to live?
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25 October 2016
Donating to TWAS will be faster and easier than ever thanks to a new online system offered through PayPal.
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17 October 2016
Big data has enormous potential to benefit human communities. But two African data experts say that scientists, policymakers and the public must work together to achieve that potential.
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6 October 2016
How can less-developed countries take advantage of the data revolution and prevent another digital divide?
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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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