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8 September 2009
"Almost two decades after the breakup of the Soviet Union, the countries of Central Asia are regaining their footing in science."
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6 September 2009
Developing countries face a two-fold energy challenge, say Dilip Ahuja and Marika Tatsutani
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2 September 2009
"Africa's universities must be reformed and strengthened, and each African country must have at least one world-class university." This was the key message conveyed by Mohamed H.A. Hassan.
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13 August 2009
After two decades of war, international sanctions and dictatorship, Iraq is starting to rebuild its once formidable science base
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13 August 2009
After two decades of war, international sanctions and dictatorship, Iraq is beginning to rebuild its science base, as academics who fled the country are now slowly coming back home
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6 August 2009
Developing countries face a two-fold energy challenge in the 21st century
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3 August 2009
Boosting agricultural research in the developing world is the key to ensuring food security for the world's poorest, says Adel El-Beltagy
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11 July 2009
A group of scientific academies in Africa encourages the G8+5 countries to help Africa stem the scientific brain drain.
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1 July 2009
"Scientific cooperation can make a unique contribution to the cause of regional stabilization" in Afghanistan and its neighbouring countries, says Franco Frattini
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26 June 2009
"TWAS and IAP ... should lead a mission to develop a broad plan of action to promote education and research capacity for science-based development in Afghanistan."

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