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TWAS, with the German Research Foundation, launches new programme for postdoctoral researchers
The latest event in TWAS’s science diplomacy series addressed respecting and navigating international treaties about biological dangers, from pandemics to weapons
TWAS outreach activities are expanding to meet the demands of an increasingly digital world
Early-career scientists can gain connections and opportunities through TWAS
Supported by a TWAS-BMBF grant, Nigerian microbiologist Rine Christopher Reuben explores how to use an alternative to antibiotics to protect farm animals
Following the Academy's page on the professional social media platform is an excellent way to receive updates on TWAS's opportunities and activities
The Academy provides a special distinction to some of the best young scientific minds in the global South, raising their profiles and opening up further opportunities
With a new eye-catching appearance, the Academy's bimonthly bulletin offers easier-to-navigate sections for news
Joint initiative of the International Organisations in Trieste, Italy and the Biological Weapons Convention: from 4-8 March 2024, young scientists and experts from across the globe will attend a course addressing virus detection, biosecurity and science diplomacy.
TWAS-Sida grantees from Ghana and Senegal are collaborating to turn plant waste into cheap, high-storage electrodes