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Olaniyi Fawole from South Africa found that even damaged pomegranates are a rich source of bioactive oil.
As the meeting in Rwanda draws to a close, the importance of connectedness rises as a key conclusion.
In a lecture at the TWAS's General Meeting in Rwanda, former Academy President C.N.R. Rao had a clear message: If you want to shape the future, trust chemistry.
15 November 2016
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Rwandan President Paul Kagame called science a force for development and peace as the 27th TWAS General Meeting opened
15 November 2016
News
The election of 40 new TWAS Fellows took place at the Academy's 27th General Meeting in Kigali, Rwanda.
TWAS has announced the winners of the TWAS Prizes for 2016 at the Academy's 27th General Meeting in Kigali, Rwanda.
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