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25 October 2014
Nobel laureate and TWAS Fellow Y.T. Lee leads a panel of experts in assessing the need for strong science in shaping the Sustainable Development Goals.
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25 October 2014
The 25th General Meeting opens Sunday, convening top researchers, policymakers and educators from 56 countries. One key focus: building support for young scientists
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24 October 2014
By focusing on primary care, the Gulf nation’s health care system has become a model for improving lives
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21 October 2014
The Millennium Development Goals have helped drive historic progress against poverty and disease. But their biggest global impact may be less obvious.
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21 October 2014
Science will be crucial to solving global challenges. But some analysts worry that science lacks a voice in shaping the Sustainable Development Goals.
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20 October 2014
The presidents of Italy and Rwanda, Nobel laureates, global science leaders and many TWAS fellows helped the pioneering physics centre celebrate a milestone
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15 October 2014
At 25th General Meeting, prize winners will detail scientific research ranging from materials that assemble themselves to vaccines that may prevent liver cancer
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14 October 2014
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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13 October 2014
At a workshop in Mexico, co-organized by TWAS, experts weighed the environmental and social costs of surging global demand for the holothurians.
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2 October 2014
Argentinian neuroscientist Francisco Barrantes says advanced technology provides new insights about the brain. But many mysteries remain

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