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14 October 2010
Padma will be blogging live from TWAS's 21st General Meeting in Hyderabad, 19-22 October 2010.
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11 October 2010
"People intrinsically understand that nature bestows untold benefits that we all value and cherish as human beings," says Julia Marton-Lefèvre
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30 September 2010
"Energy demand is skyrocketing in the developing world and, if current trends continue, it will exceed the level of demand in the world's richest countries by 2015," says Mohamed Hassan
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27 September 2010
"International climate change negotiations are more like a marathon than a sprint," says Robert N. Stavins, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government at Harvard University's Kennedy School
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23 September 2010
The TWAS 21st General Meeting will take place in Hyderabad, India, on 19-22 October 2010. More than 300 invitees from 54 countries are expected to attend
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10 September 2010
"The development of information and communication technologies (ICTs) is one of the highest priorities of the government of Kosovo," says Lule Ahmedi
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9 September 2010
The role of science academies in advancing science, technology and innovation in the Balkans will be a key topic of discussion at an international workshop taking place in Trieste, Italy
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8 September 2010
Jacob Palis, president of TWAS, has won the 2010 Balzan Prize in mathematics.
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6 September 2010
TWAS and ISTIC announce the recipients of the first ‘ISTIC-TWAS Entrepreneurship Awards’.
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31 August 2010
Each year, TWAS's five Regional Offices select up to five excellent young scientists (below the age of 40) to be come 'TWAS Young Affiliates'.

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