Three European Union projects merge in a new initiative to propel science diplomacy in Europe and globally
A recent workshop pushes a new initiative to support at-risk, displaced and refugee scientists into a new phase
Reversing the ecosystems' degradation and protecting the planet from climate disruption are two of the pressing appeals launched on the occasion of the United Nations International Mother Earth Day.
After participating in a TWAS science diplomacy course, Bangladeshi scientist Salina Banu implemented her approach in addressing problems affecting her community.
Virtual science diplomacy course trains scientists and policymakers from the Asia-Pacific Region.
In the challenging times that we are experiencing science can illuminate our path, a Brazilian event with Nobel Laureates suggests
Through a dynamic web portal, the TWAS research grantees may now wave new international collaborations.
A new film made in Nepal shows how TWAS research grants shaped the careers of scientists from the Least Developed Countries (LDCs), even during COVID-19.
TWAS thanks all the women scientists who are part of its international family.