NEWS
27 January 2022
News
Narrowing the digital divide is key to the economic development of the global South
Meeting signals key interest in TWAS Mission
UNESCO-TWAS continues to advance amid the second year of COVID-19
16 December 2021
News
India-born physicist Chennupati Jagadish, new President of the Australian Academy of Science, proves that everything in life is possible
Within the First International Conference on Public Health in Africa, UNESCO-TWAS, OWSD and IAP will hold a session on the impact of science and education in capacity-building in the developing world
United Nations General Assembly proclaims 2022 the international Year of Basic Sciences for Sustainable Development
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  • TWAS Network
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