In a journal article, TWAS Executive Director, Romain Murenzi, and his team, advocated greater science and technology education in Africa, for young people in the continent to be better prepared for global changes.
The ‘TWAS – Elsevier Foundation Project Grants for Gender Equity and Climate Action’ for female scientists will support women’s well-being and mitigate the consequences of climate change through concrete action-based projects.
As the world grapples with multifarious challenges, it will need science diplomacy to find the necessary unity, says Naledi Pandor, S/Africa’s International Relations and Cooperation Minister.
Register if you want to discuss your work about partial differential equations with top mathematicians.
A workshop to introduce scientists to communication.
One more step towards a global movement for the engagement and support of at-risk, displaced and refugee scientists.
The Science in Exile project is building momentum.
Are you a young scientist from a developing country who wish to get a PhD in natural sciences? South Africa may be your next home.
As Africa braces for the full impact of the novel coronavirus, two TWAS Fellows who are experts in contagious diseases say key challenges include coordination, capacity and public hygiene.