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2 February 2009
TWAS is endorsing a new project designed to promote science to school children and students
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2 February 2009
Nature magazine is running a series of articles entitled "Meetings That Changed The World".
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2 February 2009
TWAS's third research report published
Opportunities
2 February 2009
TWAS, Microsoft Research, and the African Academy of Science (AAS) announce the creation of two new programmes designed to recognize and assist scientists working in Africa in computer science
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2 February 2009
TWAS, the academy of sciences for the developing world, has elected 41 new members. The election took place during the opening day of the Academy's 25th anniversary meeting in Mexico City.
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1 January 2009
TWAS and Forgea International announce a training course on "Capacity Building in Environment-related Issues in Geomining: Bioremediation and Phytoremediation Techniques for the Reclamation of Mine Si
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10 November 2008
TWAS has awarded its first Regional Prizes for Development of Educational Material and School Science Curricula.
Events
1 November 2008
Programme of TWAS's 25th Anniversary Meeting in Mexico in November 2008
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29 September 2008
Beatriz Barbuy, an eminent Brazilian astrophysicist, and Roddam Narasimha, an internationally renowned Indian engineer and physicist have been awarded the 2008 Trieste Science Prize.
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15 September 2008
TWAS, the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World, has announced the winners of the TWAS Prizes for 2008.

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