NEWS
The Nepali scientist is developing easy-to-use tests for chemical screening.
12 January 2021
Opportunities
BMBF and TWAS launch a new programme to enable young African scientists – and women in particular – to return to their home countries and establish a scientific career.
The Refugee and Displaced Scientists project continues to grow, laying the groundwork for a network launch in March 2021
15 December 2020
News
The 2021 class is an unprecedented 46% women scientists, and over a quarter hail from under-represented countries in the South.
The Cameroonian applied mathematician’s work is broadly cited across scientific fields.
With his pioneering studies on the peaceful use of nuclear technology, Raoelina Andriambololona brought Madagascar to the international scientific scene.
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