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Science diplomacy can help to tap the skills of displaced scientists, says Canadian diplomat and author Daryl Copeland.
The Beijing-based Regional Office for East and South-East Asia and the Pacific has a bright new Internet home.
6 April 2017
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What lessons can we learn from existing attempts to help refugee and at-risk scientists?
Organizations from around the world joined the Science International initiative for open access to publicly funded "big data" sets.
24 March 2017
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Researchers fleeing war-torn countries shared stories of challenge and hope at a workshop on refugee scientists co-organised by TWAS.
The fall armyworm is devastating African crops. At icipe, researchers are exploring innovative ways to control the pest.
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