the world academy of sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries
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Ugandan researcher Ethel Nakimuli-Mpungu is winning accolades for helping HIV patients overcome depression
22 April 2016
News
The International Mathematical Union and TWAS are offering new fellowships to students in the South. Deadline: 22 June.
Science and policy leaders at a high-level workshop in South Africa explored how to be most effective in advising governments.
TWAS research grantees from 26 developing nations are convening in Trieste, Italy, to explore the impact of this pioneering programme.
TWAS Executive Director Romain Murenzi will be director of UNESCO’s Division of Science Policy and Capacity Building, effective 1 June.
TWAS Fellow Inder Verma leads a team that is pursuing a treatment for one of the deadliest tumours in the world.
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