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TWAS joined 17 research centers from Trieste, Italy, in a pledge to advance cooperation in one of Europe's science capitals.
H. E. Jambaldorj Tserendorj, Mongolia's Ambassador to Italy, visited Trieste in search of stronger science cooperation.
Africa can benefit from science diplomacy – if countries work together, experts said at Namibia workshop co-organised by AAAS and TWAS.
Researchers fleeing conflict and war need broad support from the science community and governments, say recommendations from a workshop co-organised by TWAS.
Writing in Science, TWAS Executive Director Mohamed Hassan urges recognition that mass migration damages developing nations.
Sida will provide USD13.7 million to TWAS, OWSD and GenderInSITE under a new multi-year contract signed with UNESCO.
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