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27 February 2018
At the University of Tlemcen in Algeria, studies in medical physics provide a laboratory not just for health care, but also for ethics, science-policy engagement and science diplomacy.
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27 February 2018
Hudaa Neetoo, TWAS Young Affiliate from Mauritius, returned to her home country to work on food security.
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20 February 2018
The countries of the Middle East and North Africa have a history and reputation as fossil fuel giants. But a region-wide shift is driving more research into solar and wind power.
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17 February 2018
Early-career researchers in Bangladesh, Cameroon, Ecuador, Guyana and Indonesia have been recognized for their work.
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12 February 2018
A new film from TWAS explores the journey of scientists in flight from war and in search of a safe place to continue their work.
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9 February 2018
Five institutions – ICTP, ICGEB, OWSD, IAP and TWAS – drive critical growth of science, education and expertise in Africa
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26 January 2018
The 2018 class of TWAS Fellows includes a broad diversity of nations and the highest proportion of women ever elected in one year.
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15 December 2017
The Indian "game theory" pioneer has focused on the collective behaviour of people trying to get what they want from institutions.
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13 December 2017
TWAS has named influential scientists in geology, health, conservation and chemistry as winners of its major prizes in 2017.
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13 December 2017
The Argentine researcher has shed new light on the origins the world's longest mountain range: the Andes.

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