TWAS Directory

TWAS Directory of

Fellows and Young Affiliates

The strength of TWAS resides in the scientific influence and impact of its global network.

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TWAS Fellows: the apex of scientific achievement

TWAS is a pioneering, merit-based academy focused on scientific excellence in the developing world. Only scientists who have made significant contributions to the advancement of science in the developing world can be nominated as TWAS Fellows. Those elected hold permanent membership.

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* Due to a change in the election schedule, no TWAS Fellows were elected for the year 2017. Learn more.
Kuwait
01-Agricultural Sciences
Fellow
Elected
2010
  • 1 - No poverty
  • 2 - Zero hunger
  • 3 - Good health and well-being
  • 4 - Quality education
  • 5 - Gender equality
  • 6 - Clean water and sanitation
  • 7 - Affordable and clean energy
  • 8 - Decent work and economic growth
  • 9 - Industry, innovation and infrastructure
  • 10 - Reduced inequality
  • 11 - Sustainable cities and communities
  • 12 - Responsible consumption and production
  • 13 - Climate action
  • 14 - Life below water
  • 15 - Life on land
  • 16 - Peace, justice and strong institutions
  • 17 - Partnerships for the goals
Canada
05-Chemical Sciences
Fellow
Elected
2003
Australia
04-Medical and Health Sciences incl. Neurosciences
Fellow
Elected
1991
United Arab Emirates
07-Astronomy, Space and Earth Sciences
Fellow
Elected
1996
Cuba
08-Mathematical Sciences
Fellow
Elected
2008
Brazil
05-Chemical Sciences
Fellow
Elected
2014
Italy
09-Physics
Fellow
Elected
1996
France
05-Chemical Sciences
Fellow
Elected
2013
  • 3 - Good health and well-being
  • 4 - Quality education
  • 5 - Gender equality
  • 15 - Life on land
China
07-Astronomy, Space and Earth Sciences
Fellow
Elected
2000
India
04-Medical and Health Sciences incl. Neurosciences
Fellow
Elected
2003
Argentina
02-Structural, Cell and Molecular Biology
Fellow
Elected
2005
Madagascar
09-Physics
Fellow
Elected
1985
  • 1 - No poverty
  • 3 - Good health and well-being
  • 4 - Quality education
  • 6 - Clean water and sanitation
  • 7 - Affordable and clean energy
  • 8 - Decent work and economic growth
  • 9 - Industry, innovation and infrastructure
  • 10 - Reduced inequality
Singapore
05-Chemical Sciences
Fellow
Elected
1988
Nigeria
01-Agricultural Sciences
Fellow
Elected
2012
Brazil
09-Physics
Fellow
Elected
2002
Brazil
08-Mathematical Sciences
Fellow
Elected
2003
Switzerland
02-Structural, Cell and Molecular Biology
Fellow
Elected
1997
Iran, Isl. Rep.
09-Physics
Fellow
Elected
2000
Iran, Isl. Rep.
09-Physics
Fellow
Elected
2003
Chile
03-Biological Systems and Organisms
Fellow
Elected
2004