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Representatives of 40 nations called for broad scientific cooperation in the "Belt and Road" region.
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.
8 December 2016
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Rwandan biologist Florien Nsanganwimana studies how to use plants to recover soils in abandoned mining sites.
8 December 2016
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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.
Olaniyi Fawole from South Africa found that even damaged pomegranates are a rich source of bioactive oil.
As the meeting in Rwanda draws to a close, the importance of connectedness rises as a key conclusion.
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