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Persistence and relationship-building are key to sustaining science diplomacy over the long haul, experts said at a AAAS conference.
The nation has moved into a position of African stewardship, says South African science official Cecil Masoka
A TWAS research grant is helping Cameroonian scientist Alain Dikande to investigate the functioning of the nervous system to help treat nerve-related disorders
The South's emerging perspective on science diplomacy reflects a different history and different needs
Science diplomacy can help bridge South-North science, Executive Director Romain Murenzi told a high-level audience in Washington, DC.
Executive Director Romain Murenzi: We're only starting to unlock science diplomacy's potential.
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