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20 July 2017
Proving its scientific leadership in Europe, Trieste - with its science centers including TWAS - is elected 2020 European City of Science.
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30 June 2017
The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, with TWAS and IAP, is seeking applicants for a workshop on responsible research practices.
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29 June 2017
TWAS's Young Affiliates Network co-sponsors a workshop of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to build leadership among scientists
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26 June 2017
Professor Datuk Dr. Asma Ismail, a TWAS Fellow and the first woman president of the Academy of Sciences Malaysia, has a compelling vision.
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15 June 2017
TWAS joined 17 research centers from Trieste, Italy, in a pledge to advance cooperation in one of Europe's science capitals.
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12 June 2017
H. E. Jambaldorj Tserendorj, Mongolia's Ambassador to Italy, visited Trieste in search of stronger science cooperation.
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31 May 2017
Africa can benefit from science diplomacy – if countries work together, experts said at Namibia workshop co-organised by AAAS and TWAS.
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22 May 2017
Researchers fleeing conflict and war need broad support from the science community and governments, say recommendations from a workshop co-organised by TWAS.
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18 May 2017
Sida will provide USD13.7 million to TWAS, OWSD and GenderInSITE under a new multi-year contract signed with UNESCO.
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18 May 2017
Writing in Science, TWAS Executive Director Mohamed Hassan urges recognition that mass migration damages developing nations.

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