TWAS supports researchers in developing countries through a variety of grants and fellowships. The dates for applications vary, and we're telling you here what's up next.
Looking for something else? Perhaps information about TWAS's programmes? Here's an overview.
Excellence in science series
Excellence in Science: Profiles of Research
Institutions in Developing Countries is a series of booklets published
by TWAS highlighting successful scientific institutions in the South. Twelve institutions have so far been profiled. The volumes are also available for download as PDF files.
How can we ensure that the science and foreign policy communities, in any country, can learn from one another? That, in a nutshell, is what the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and TWAS are seeking to achieve through their 'International Science & Diplomacy Programme'.
LSWN - Le Scienze Web News is an independent online magazine that enourages science communication between institutions, industries, research environment and the public. LSWN is partnering with TWAS and UNESCO for the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005-2014). Are you a researcher working in a research institute or university? If you wish to inform the LSWN community about your research results, please email redazione[at]lswn.it. Further information:http://bit.ly/contact_lswn
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