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TWAS has announced the winners of the TWAS Prizes for 2018 in Trieste, Italy.
13 December 2017
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Argentine researcher has shed new light on the origins the world's longest mountain range: The Andes.
The Yemeni researcher is studying drug-resistant tuberculosis, a growing threat to the people of her war-torn country.
The Cameroonian chemist won the 2017 prize for discovering new plant compounds with potential antibacterial properties.
The Congolese chemist, a 2015 TWAS Fellow, won for his research into uses for local plants.
The veterinarian and conservation scientist is honoured for work to protect Ugandan wildlife by involving the local population.
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