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8 March 2021
TWAS thanks all the women scientists who are part of its international family.
22 February 2021
Through home-made videos recorded during the COVID-19 lockdown, TWAS Fellows, TWAS Young Affiliates and Research Grants Awardees pay a warm tribute to the Academy.
18 February 2021
Indian astrophysicist Ajith Parameswaran was honoured for impactful research on gravitational waves and black holes.
12 February 2021
Early-career scientists from the Least Developed Countries will receive training in fields that are crucial for sustainable development, under a partnership among TWAS, SISSA and Accademia dei Lincei
9 February 2021
Badabate Diwediga from Togo works to promote sustainable agricultural practices and rural transformation among local farmers.
19 January 2021
The UNTBLDCs, the ICGEB and TWAS launch a 5-year programme to develop biotechnology and scientific skills in low-income countries confronting severe structural impediments to sustainable development.
13 January 2021
The Nepali scientist is developing easy-to-use tests for chemical screening.
12 January 2021
BMBF and TWAS launch a new programme to enable young African scientists – and women in particular – to return to their home countries and establish a scientific career.
18 December 2020
The Refugee and Displaced Scientists project continues to grow, laying the groundwork for a network launch in March 2021
15 December 2020
The 2021 class is an unprecedented 46% women scientists, and over a quarter hail from under-represented countries in the South.


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