the world academy of sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries
NEWS
The controversial US travel ban will have an immediate negative effect on science, says interim Executive Director Mohamed Hassan.
In recognition of changes in global development patterns, TWAS has issued a new list of 67 S&T-lagging countries.
HIV/AIDS prevention in the Philippines provides a strong example of how social marketing promotes healthy behavior, says physician Edsel Salvaña.
25 January 2017
Opportunities
TWAS opens calls for prize nominations, PhD fellowships, research grants and other opportunities.
A powerful new online system will make nomination and judging of TWAS Prizes candidates easier than ever.
7 January 2017
News
A Ghanaian scientist studies genetics to increase chicken's heat-tolerance and robustness.
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