Editorial: Building a stronger TWAS community
The leaders of TWAS discuss how the academy can advance further.
In the news
Robotics is revolutionizing farming. Data in Africa must focus on girls.
“To reach our full potential”
The spirit of cooperation prevails at the 27th TWAS General Meeting.
Humankind relies on science
Rwandan President Paul Kagame says science can narrow the North-South gap.
Bai: Rwanda is “a beacon of hope”
TWAS President Bai Chunli says Rwanda has prospered by investing in science.
Rwanda: Racing toward the future
Two decades after genocide, the country is emerging as an African science leader.
Q&A:MusafiriPapias Malimba, Minister of Education
Accelerating the development of Rwandan science.
Jean Bosco Gahutu: a better life for Rwanda
A TWAS Medal lecturer describes the rebirth of Rwandan science.
A complex map for S&T development
Science ministers see education, partnerships as crucial.
Zhao Dongyuan wins Lenovo Prize
The Chinese scientist developed nano-sized materials useful for clean water, medicine and energy.
Ghanaian researcher wins new prize for women
Marian Nkansah’s heavy-metals research won her the first-ever Al-Kharafi Prize.
Nepali scientist wins Rahman Prize
Bijay Singh is a pioneer in biomaterials that could be used to deliver drugs.
Benin mathematician wins Rao Prize
M.N. Hounkonnou was honoured for high-level maths research.
Shaping the future through chemistry
Former TWAS President C.N.R. Rao spoke passionately on his chosen field.
TYAN: Working through networking
The TWAS Young Affiliates Network will give early-career scientists a platform.
Better chickens for Africa
Ghanaian scientist Julius Hagan studies local chickens to find adaptable breeds.
Turning loss into a nutritional gain
Olaniyi Fawole, South Africa, studies pomegranate chemistry.
TWAS: Key role in Beijing Declaration
Leaders called for broad cooperation for shared development.