the world academy of sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries
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18 April 2014
News
Research by new TWAS Fellow Raman Sukumar helps wild elephants and farmers coexist peacefully
The Chinese Academy of Sciences and TWAS are organizing a summer training course for professionals to provide advanced knowledge of water and sanitation
At a forum organized by Rwandan President Paul Kagame and the World Bank, TWAS joined African leaders to discuss science and engineering in higher education
A May symposium organized by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and TWAS will establish a platform for communication among engineers, scientists and policymakers.
17 March 2014
News
TWAS's Steering Committee approved the Academy's 2014 budget and discussed new ways to extend its global impact.
Even small nations can use science diplomacy to build connections with the global research community, says Vaughan C. Turekian, director of the AAAS Center for Science Diplomacy.
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  • TWAS Network
    TWAS is the hub for a global network of scientists and organizations working to advance science in the developing world
  • Regional offices
    Five Regional Offices keep TWAS close to grassroots science in the developing world
  • Associated organizations
    TWAS works in close association with four international science organizations based in Trieste, Italy
  • Our partners
    TWAS collaborates with a network of partners committed to advancing science in the developing world
  • Young Affiliates
    Early-career scientists gain connections and opportunities through TWAS
  • Members
    TWAS's strength resides in the quality and diversity of its membership.