Editorial: Developing our full potential in science
TWAS President Bai Chunli: Networks between North and South are key.
In the news
Mongolians are turning to open data and smartphones to monitor air quality.
A high-level pledge for cooperation
Austrian President Heinz Fischer urged science to take a front-line role.
Science for a sustainable future
Our challenges are interconnected – and cooperation unlocks solutions.
Dreamers without borders
Palestine and Burkina Faso show Austria’s approach to cooperation.
Q&A: Anton Zeilinger on Austria’s S&T vision
North-South efforts can shape a better future, says ÖAW President Anton Zeilinger.
Photos: The spirit of science
Scenes from TWAS’s 26th General Meeting in Vienna, Austria.
Feeding the future
Leading thinkers examined strategies to feed the world’s growing population.
In the spirit of Abdus Salam
Former TWAS President Jacob Palis received the Abdus Salam Medal.
‘A Voice for Science in the South’
In a new book, leaders reflect on the history and future of TWAS.
Joining forces to build success
Four TWAS partners delivered a vital message: cooperation is essential.
Brazilian wins TWAS-Lenovo Prize
At the age of 36, Artur Avila has already made great waves in mathematics.
Innovation for clean energy
Mirabbos Hojamberdiev won the 2015 Atta-ur-Rahman Prize.
Learning from the Himalayas
C.N.R. Rao Prize winner Bishal Upreti of Nepal studies Himalayan earthquakes.
In Kuwait, science that serves people
KISR combines science with sustainable economic growth.
Voices: A focus on disease prevention
Epidemiologist Vincent Titanji says Ebola shows why vaccines are key.