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30 November 2018
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Mohamed Hassan, a distinguished and highly influential Sudanese advocate for science in the South, will take office in 2019.
TWAS has announced the winners of the TWAS Prizes for 2019 at the Academy's General Conference in Trieste, Italy.
Sedaminou Judith Gbenoudon, an immunologist from Benin, won the TWAS-Abdool Karim Prize for her achievements in malaria research.
Sudanese researcher Hazir Farouk A. Elhaj honoured for contributions to energy production in Sudan.
27 November 2018
News
ICTP Director Fernando Quevedo has been awarded the TWAS-Abdus Salam Medal at the Academy's 28th General Meeting in Trieste, Italy.
The Cameroonian chemist was honoured at the 28th TWAS General Meeting for developing an environmentally friendly cement
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