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18 September 2017
The Islamic Development Bank and TWAS will cooperate on activities in four areas important to science and development in Islamic countries.
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12 September 2017
The president of The Future University in Khartoum, Sudanese engineer Mustafa El Tayeb, works to build a stronger reputation for the local scientific community.
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5 September 2017
At Trieste Next, TWAS will convene experts from South and North to discuss science diplomacy for a healthy Mediterranean.
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1 September 2017
After 14 months as a science policy executive at UNESCO, Romain Murenzi returns to a post he held for five years.
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29 August 2017
The Nadi Al Bassar North African Center for Sight has provided care to thousands of people – and serves as a model for the South.
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25 August 2017
A rigorous, dispassionate approach to knowledge can help the world in a time of tension, says TWAS Fellow Yousef Sobouti of Iran.
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24 August 2017
Yousef Sobouti, 2017 Paolo Budinich Lecture
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23 August 2017
As sea level rise slowly claims Kiribati, its people must turn to science diplomacy for ways to survive.
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18 August 2017
Applications for the COMSTECH-sponsored awards are due by 31 October.
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18 August 2017
The 2018 prizes will go to early-career women researchers from the developing world in the physical sciences. Deadline: 15 September.

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