the world academy of sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries
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South Africa's scientific strength and policy leadership is expected to help the Academy's office grow and evolve.
A new film explores the discovery and excitement young scientists are finding at the CAS-TWAS Centres of Excellence in Beijing.
National health systems need to step up their efforts in the fight against hearing loss. The InterAcademy Medical Panel (IAMP) lays out a five-step plan to help.
High-level science leaders say the developing world needs bold, sustained efforts to prepare a new generation of scientists – especially women.
By welcoming new Fellows, the Academy of Sciences of Ecuador is forging a more robust role for the nation's science.
Twenty early-career doctors joined in a leadership workshop organized by the InterAcademy Medical Panel (IAMP).
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TWAS NETWORK
  • TWAS Network
  • Regional offices
  • Associated organizations
  • Our partners
  • Young Affiliates
  • Members
  • TWAS Network
    TWAS is the hub for a global network of scientists and organizations working to advance science in the developing world
  • Regional offices
    Five Regional Offices keep TWAS close to grassroots science in the developing world
  • Associated organizations
    TWAS works in close association with four international science organizations based in Trieste, Italy
  • Our partners
    TWAS collaborates with a network of partners committed to advancing science in the developing world
  • Young Affiliates
    Early-career scientists gain connections and opportunities through TWAS
  • Members
    TWAS's strength resides in the quality and diversity of its membership.