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11 November 2014
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The Malaysian TWAS Council member was an eloquent and deeply committed advocate for research, education and the role of women in science
ISTIC and TWAS are seeking to identify best practices in the innovative use of S&T in the development of new products, processes or services in the South.
28 October 2014
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India’s Department of Science and Technology will provide TWAS $1 million over five years as part of a joint effort focused on education and science diplomacy
Egyptian researcher discovers novel substances in rare seeds and fruits that may contribute to healthier foods and new medicines
The South African scientist was named winner of TWAS's most prestigious award for her commitment to life-saving research that protects African women from the spread of HIV/AIDS
TWAS President, at the 25th TWAS General Meeting in Oman, addresses need to support a new generation of scientists
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