the world academy of sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries
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In a new film, award-winning women scientists from the developing world discuss how recognition empowers their work
19 June 2015
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Sir Peter Gluckman, New Zealand's globally influential science adviser, urges small nations to be ambitious in scientific and diplomatic relations with the world.
Three world-class science institutions based in Trieste – ICGEB, ICTP and TWAS – along with ICRANet in Pescara, put Italy at the forefront of global efforts to build science in the developing world.
8 June 2015
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Our new, bimonthly bulletin will deliver important news about Academy initiatives and opportunities right to your e-mail queue, for free.
Outreach efforts by Bai Chunli, president of both TWAS and the Chinese Academy of Sciences, are supporting Nepal's recovery from a deadly earthquake.
Science diplomacy holds enormous potential for solving problems and building international relationships. Four science policy leaders explore how the South can build its capacity for a new era.
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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.