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09 May 2022

To honor this important work, the Falling Walls Foundation is looking for scientists and leaders in their respective fields (as outlined below), whose groundbreaking work contributes towards solving the world’s biggest challenges to participate in our Global Call for nominations. Leading academics and academic institutions, universities, research organisations, companies, private and public research centres, academies, research funders, foundations, and individuals can nominate the latest breakthroughs. Individuals are also welcome to nominate themselves or the work of fellow scientists that they highly value. The 10 categories include:

Meeting with TWAS Young Affiliates from the Arab World: Exploring Joint Scientific Collaborations

27 Apr 2022

On May 9th, 2022 at 8-10 am (EST), This online Meeting is held by TWAS Young Affiliates Network (TYAN) and hosted by Bibliotheca Alexandrina, through the TWAS Arab Regional Partner (TWAS-AREP).

UNESCO-TWAS Research Grants programme_open call for applications in basic sciences.

21 Apr 2022

TWAS is a programme unit of UNESCO, and thanks to the generous contribution of the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, The TWAS Research Grants programme in Basic Sciences was established in response to the needs of researchers in developing countries, particularly those attached to institutions that lack appropriate research facilities.

The TWAS Lenovo Science Award in Social and Economic Sciences.

17 Apr 2022

The TWAS-Lenovo Science Award is one of the most prestigious honours given to scientists from the developing world. The Award, sponsored by Lenovo, has been established to give international recognition and visibility to outstanding scientific achievements made by scientists living and working in the developing countries.

Launch of IAP webinar report on Countering Vaccine Hesitancy

13 Apr 2022

COVID-19 continues to cause problems around the world. Countries that seemed to have brought the virus under control with various lockdowns are suffering new waves of infection. In addition, where the virus is spreading most rapidly, new variants continue to emerge, potentially threatening gains made via vaccination and other control measures.