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24 October 2014
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By focusing on primary care, the Gulf nation’s health care system has become a model for improving lives
Science will be crucial to solving global challenges. But some analysts worry that science lacks a voice in shaping the Sustainable Development Goals.
21 October 2014
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The Millennium Development Goals have helped drive historic progress against poverty and disease. But their biggest global impact may be less obvious.
The presidents of Italy and Rwanda, Nobel laureates, global science leaders and many TWAS fellows helped the pioneering physics centre celebrate a milestone
At 25th General Meeting, prize winners will detail scientific research ranging from materials that assemble themselves to vaccines that may prevent liver cancer
At a high-level conference co-organized by the InterAcademy Medical Panel, global health leaders focused on how poverty and other disadvantages can have lifelong health consequences.
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