Aakash Kumar of Pakistan, who is researching artificial intelligence in China, received the 1,000th degree ever earned through the TWAS PhD Fellowship Programme.
TWAS-Fayzah M. Al-Kharafi Award winner Sayera Banu is committed to reducing the nation's tuberculosis burden
Quarraisha Abdool Karim, a world-leading AIDS researcher from South Africa, is the newly elected UNESCO-TWAS President for the 2023–2026 term
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Seed Grant for New African Principal Investigators (SG-NAPI)
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