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8 October 2009
The 2009 CNR Rao Prize has been awarded to Akiça Bahri, Director for Africa of the International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Accra, Ghana.
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8 October 2009
Mohamed H.A. Hassan, executive director of TWAS, and A.M. Taleb, cultural advisor from the the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Iraq, signed a memorandum of understanding
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1 October 2009
Two organizations with close ties to TWAS have selected new directors
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18 September 2009
On the eve of TWAS's 11th General Conference in Durban, Daniel Schaffer, the Academy's public information officer, explores the current state of science in South Africa.
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18 September 2009
The TWAS 2008 Annual Report, detailing the Academy's activities over the past year, is now available.
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14 September 2009
Norman Borlaug (TWAS Fellow 1985 and Nobel Laureate for Peace in 1970) has died at age 95.
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8 September 2009
TWAS and the African Union (AU) Commission have signed a memorandum of agreement (MOU) calling for greater and collaboration between the two organizations.
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8 September 2009
"Almost two decades after the breakup of the Soviet Union, the countries of Central Asia are regaining their footing in science."
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6 September 2009
Developing countries face a two-fold energy challenge, say Dilip Ahuja and Marika Tatsutani
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2 September 2009
"Africa's universities must be reformed and strengthened, and each African country must have at least one world-class university." This was the key message conveyed by Mohamed H.A. Hassan.

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