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24 June 2010
The Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei in Rome, Italy, announces that TWAS has been selected to receive the prestigious international Antonio Feltrinelli Prize
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18 June 2010
"It's the landscape that defines the Mediterranean region," says Paolo Lombardi, director of the WWF Mediterranean Programme Office. "And we are treating the Mediterranean region's landscape badly."
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11 June 2010
Globalization is a driving force in today’s world. And, not surprisingly, it’s a source of a great deal of discussion and debate
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10 June 2010
The International Centre for Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE), Kenya, has joined two of TWAS's South-South collaboration programmes.
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7 June 2010
Lidia Brito from Mozambique, the new head of UNESCO's science policy division, outlines her plans for helping to strengthen the role of science in both development and diplomacy
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1 June 2010
"Targeting TB in South Africa", an article in the most recent issue of the TWAS Newsletter, takes a look at the tuberculosis research being conducted by TWAS Associate Fellow Valerie Mizrahi
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13 May 2010
Efforts to improve public health in Pakistan have received a boost through an innovative programme that delivers basic medical care through the internet.
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12 May 2010
Colombia’s International Centre of Physics, which began as a training centre for young physicists, is now pursuing a broad research agenda with economic growth in mind.
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12 May 2010
TWAS is hosting the 13th annual meeting of the Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South
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18 March 2010
TWAS, The Royal Society, London, and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) are launching a major study on the governance of geoengineering.

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