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28 March 2011
"The most critical problems related to water in Africa are often found in cities," says E. Salif Diop
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22 March 2011
The International Year of Chemistry 2011 (IYC 2011), a year-long celebration of chemistry's contributions to society, is taking place this year
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8 March 2011
Malaria, which is caused by the parasite Plasmodium, affects millions of people worldwide. It kills one child every 30 seconds.
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28 February 2011
Some 325 participants from 55 countries gathered in a frozen Helsinki to discuss Euro-Africa cooperation in ICT research and e-infrastructures.
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28 February 2011
TWAS Fellow (1999) Ahmadou Lamine Ndiaye from Senegal has just been elected the new president of the Nairobi-based African Academy of Sciences (AAS). He succeeds Mohamed H.A. Hassan.
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7 February 2011
Romain Murenzi, a key architect of Rwanda's efforts to devise a successful blueprint for science-based sustainable development, has been appointed the new executive director of TWAS
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4 February 2011
Art and science can often come together for powerful effect.
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28 January 2011
Spun into thread or made into cloth, cotton has been the primary source of much of the world's clothing and fabric for thousands of years, rivalled only by wool and silk
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24 January 2011
For those who are privileged to be members, science academies often serve as sanctuaries from the troubles and tribulations of everyday life
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18 January 2011
Sean McDowell (TWAS Fellow 2009) talks about the challenges he faces – and the success he has achieved – as a researcher in the Caribbean.

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