Editorial: A model for cooperation
Executive Director Mohamed H.A. Hassan: Science has a central role in policy.
In the news
UNESCO: The world faces a shortfall of 69 million teachers.
At a meeting co-hosted by TWAS and IAP, proposals advance on key global challenges.
The UN’s voices of global science
In filmed interviews, board members emphasised dialogue with policymakers and the public
The conversation about science and global challenges expanded to include social media.
Elevating the role of science
The UN Board’s summary report calls for more science in decisionmaking.
TWAS grants: That first spark
Research grant awardees came to Trieste to share stories and insights.
The resources for improving health
TWAS grants are supporting scientists fighting disease in the South.
‘Innovation and Its Enemies’
TWAS Fellow Calestous Juma’s book explores how problem-solving technologies stall.
Science diplomacy: A delicate drama
The AAAS-TWAS summer course placed participants into a high-stakes simulation.
Princess Sumaya: ‘Science for hope’
Despite challenges in the Arab region, science provides a path to progress.
Why are women so rare in academies?
A survey finds that women make up only 12% of membership at 69 science academies.
For HIV patients, a lesson in resilience
Ethel Nakimuli-Mpungu’s research helps HIV-positive Ugandans manage their depression.
Voices: Stories of discovery
Science communicator Liz Neeley knows how to make a message connect.