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NEWS
7 January 2017
News
A Rwandan scientist uses selected organic waste to obtain biogas and biofertilisers in various energy hungry environments.
7 January 2017
News
A Ghanaian scientist studies genetics to increase chicken's heat-tolerance and robustness.
The TWAS interim executive director has been honoured for a career of remarkable accomplishments in international science.
An international competition for case studies on sustainability has been launched by the Elsevier Foundation and TWAS.
IAP, TWAS participate in first workshop of a series focusing on science diplomacy to support peaceful uses of chemistry.
Representatives of 40 nations called for broad scientific cooperation in the "Belt and Road" region.
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