The promise of science diplomacy
Executive Director Romain Murenzi: We’re only starting to unlock its potential.
In the news
Vaccine prices rise. How meat hurts the climate. An African moon mission?
A view from the South
An emerging perspective on science diplomacy reflects the South’s different history and different needs.
Seizing a new opportunity
Q&A – Science diplomacy is yielding new advances in the developing world.
Common threats, common solutions
Could science diplomacy help Central Asia and India cope with climate change?
ICTP: A half-century of progress
At a 50th anniversary event, high-level leaders celebrated the Centre’s global accomplishments – and TWAS’s contributions.
Science and diplomatic leaders from Italy, Africa and TWAS celebrated their historic partnership – and future cooperation – at an event in Rome.
Protecting rice, protecting people
Arsenic in rice threatens global health, says TWAS Prize winner Zhu Yong-Guan.
Revealing the secrets of monsoons
Scientists and students explored new research on the Asian storms at a workshop organized by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and TWAS.
CAS-TWAS Centres: Excellence on film
A new film shows the excitement of young researchers from the developing world who study and work at five Beijing-based centres of excellence.
Ingrid Daubechies: A passion for maths
The beauty of maths, says the influential scholar, is its power to solve problems.
People, places and events
News about TWAS and its Fellows
How Yemeni scientist Abeer Ahmed Qaed Ahmed achieved a difficult mission.