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15 January 2019
Stem cells offer unprecedented chances for vision restoration, scientists reported at TWAS's 28th General Meeting in Trieste, Italy.
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14 January 2019
Poor food quality and scarcity of calories call for actions at a global level, scientists say at the TWAS General Meeting in Trieste.
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14 January 2019
At the General Meeting, TWAS Young Affiliates showed their concern for the environment through research and projects with high local impact.
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18 December 2018
TWAS and SRMGI announce the first eight SRM geoengineering research groups from the Global South awarded as part of the DECIMALS Fund.
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30 November 2018
Hassan issued the following statement on 28 November 2018, after his election at the 28th TWAS General Meeting and 14th General Conference in Trieste, Italy.
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30 November 2018
Mohamed Hassan, a distinguished and highly influential Sudanese advocate for science in the South, will take office in 2019.
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28 November 2018
Sedaminou Judith Gbenoudon, an immunologist from Benin, won the TWAS-Abdool Karim Prize for her achievements in malaria research.
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28 November 2018
TWAS has announced the winners of the TWAS Prizes for 2019 at the Academy's General Conference in Trieste, Italy.
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27 November 2018
The 2019 class is nearly 30% women scientists and, for the first time, more than 100 countries will be represented in the Academy.
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27 November 2018
The Indian polymer scientist is honoured for seminal research on smart gels that led to a long list of further discoveries

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