Opportunities

PhD and postdoctoral research fellowships are crucial for building scientific strength in developing countries
Funding helps researchers in the developing world to purchase lab equipment and supplies
Share your projects and your expertise in developing nations as a visiting researcher or professor
TWAS honours are among the most prestigious given for research in the developing world
Grants support high-level international and regional scientific meetings in developing countries
Deadlines
Fellowship

TWAS-LUMS Postgraduate Fellowship Programme

Fellowship

TWAS-DBT Postgraduate Fellowship Programme

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TWAS has a strong partnership with the Italian government, with the Italian…
Sida-supported programmes focus on research grants and PhD fellowships in 66 S…
The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) promotes education…
The Islamic Development Bank, founded in 1974, works to foster the economic…
Your donations will help us to build science in the developing world.

TWAS Network

TWAS is the hub for a global network of scientists and organizations working to advance science in the developing world

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TWAS's strength resides in the quality and diversity of its membership.
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Early-career scientists gain connections and opportunities through TWAS
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TWAS collaborates with a network of partners committed to advancing science in the developing world
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TWAS works in close association with four international science organizations based in Trieste, Italy
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Five Regional Partners keep TWAS close to grassroots science in the developing world
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TWAS is the hub for a global network of scientists and organizations working to advance science in the developing world

Spotlight

Check the next deadlines and upcoming opportunities at TWAS and elsewhere.

An initiative to raise awareness on the gender and SITE dimensions of development

Five regional partners help TWAS connect with scientists in the developing world.

Our new digital bulletin with a focus on science and engineering in the developing world
A new film surveys TWAS's work globally, with a special focus on Kenya.

Lectures, workshops and courses to build a bridge between science and diplomacy.

The Academy's strength resides in the quality and diversity of its membership.