Editorial: Space is not just for superpowers
Executive Director Romain Murenzi: It’s essential for development.
In the news
Cities are facing more heatwaves. Costa Rica makes clean-energy history.
The new space age
India is orbiting Mars. China is on the Moon. Many smaller nations are sending satellites aloft. But to what ends?
Q&A: Will space science nurture development?
Can a nation have space science and also fight hunger and disease?
Farouk El-Baz: Lessons from space
The Egyptian TWAS Fellow uses space science to improve life on Earth.
Italy & TWAS: A fruitful partnership
TWAS and three other Italy-based science organizations were the focus of a presentation to top Italian government leaders.
South Africa to host TWAS regional office
The office eyes a future as a regional science and engineering leader
Today's scholars, tomorrow's leaders
Five women physicists, mathematicians win the 2015 Elsevier Awards.
Palis wins Abdus Salam Medal
The former TWAS president has long supported developing world science.
R&D for a Caribbean Future
The Caribbean needs the political will to back research and education.
A big step for science in Ecuador
The nation’s Academy of Sciences inducted its first elected members.
A bold vision for Islamic science
Atta-ur-Rahman: Islamic countries should commit to research.
People, places & events
News about TWAS and its Fellows
Voices: Life outside the comfort zone
The path to science has been unique for Almas Taj Awan of Pakistan.