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Sustainable agriculture could be a solution to environmental issues, says TWAS Fellow Rattan Lal of Ohio State University at the Illy Colloquia
UNESCO-TWAS and the Fondazione Ernesto Illy launched the Ernesto Illy Colloquia
Helping coffee plantations grow stronger is an asset for developing countries, says microbiologist Vittorio Venturi
Seventeen students and scholars from Afghanistan, Yemen and the Syrian Arab Republic will undertake fellowships in Pakistan thanks to the Science in Exile initiative
15 September 2022
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TWAS and TÜBİTAK open today new calls for foreign scholars from developing countries
For The World Academy of Sciences, science literacy in particular is a priority
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