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13 April 2018
TWAS Fellow Evelyne Mbede of Tanzania urges governments to tap the expertise of scientists in strategic policymaking.
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12 April 2018
Under the guidance of education experts from SACGC, young Kuwaiti talents are exposed to dynamic education programmes, intensive training and challenges that help develop their minds.
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4 April 2018
DECIMALS Fund will support scientists from the South who want to analyse how Solar Radiation Management geoengineering might affect their countries.
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4 April 2018
A commentary in Nature says developing countries face the most risk from climate change, and should be central to geoengineering research.
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22 March 2018
Three Arab science leaders say that policymakers and the public must deepen their commitment to research and science education.
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14 March 2018
The digital yearbook shows the scientific breadth and strength of the Academy's global Fellows and Young Affiliate networks.
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1 March 2018
A new international high-tech laboratory in the Middle East, called SESAME, has begun its work. It's a powerful tool to advance science – and peace.
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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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