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29 January 2016
The Elsevier Foundation is providing key financial support to TWAS to boost research capacity building in sustainability
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22 January 2016
A TWAS science diplomacy workshop explores how researchers can contribute to solving water policy problems
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21 January 2016
An engaging new film about TWAS captures the human dimension of scientific research in the developing world.
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14 January 2016
Three organizations with strong ties to TWAS stressed the key role of partnerships during talks at the General Meeting in Vienna.
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7 December 2015
Science International 2015, launches a campaign for "Open Data in a Big Data World" at Science Forum South Africa in Pretoria. The campaign is supported by ICSU, ISSC, IAP and TWAS.
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25 November 2015
At the opening ceremony of the TWAS General Meeting, Austrian President Heinz Fischer was in the forefront urging scientific cooperation.
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24 November 2015
In a warm and emotional address, the former TWAS president recalled the successes that earned him the Abdus Salam Medal.
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21 November 2015
South African S&T Minister Naledi Pandor explored the importance of R&D, technology and innovative partnerships at the TWAS General Meeting.
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20 November 2015
Major South African post-apartheid figure Albert Louis Sachs explored the importance of human rights at the 26th TWAS General Meeting
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19 November 2015
As the Academy expands its global presence, both the North and emerging nations in the South can be of great help to least-developed countries, says TWAS President

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