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24 August 2016
Despite historic challenges confronting the Arab region, science can provide a path to progress, says the Jordanian science leader.
23 August 2016
Science International, co-organized by TWAS, IAP, ICSU and ISSC, has a new website to support its "open data" endorsement campaign.
22 August 2016
If you want to be a good science communicator, credibility and respect for the audience are key, says Liz Neeley, an outreach expert and communication guru.
19 August 2016
The Academy's Sub-Saharan Africa office advances efforts to promote science in the South with a new, user-friendly web design.
11 August 2016
A new book by TWAS Fellow Calestous Juma explores the economic and cultural forces that stifle progress.
10 August 2016
Deadline: 1 September. Nominations are open for a high-profile honour for early-career women scientists in the developing world.
3 August 2016
Science diplomacy helps improve the climate for global cooperation, high-level speakers said at the AAAS-TWAS summer course in science diplomacy.
1 August 2016
This year's AAAS-TWAS course used a simulated international negotiation to teach about the challenges of science diplomacy.
21 July 2016
Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Academy leaders finalize plans for the event in Kigali, to be held 14-17 November.
12 July 2016
Biodiversity, international cooperation, and a role-playing exercise are core elements in the 3rd AAAS-TWAS workshop on science diplomacy.


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