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TWAS has long recognized that prizes and awards provide an incentive for scientists to do their best work, while winning global recognition. Today, honours awarded by TWAS and its partners are among the most prestigious given for research in the developing world. They range from the TWAS-Lenovo Science Prize, which celebrates the very best research in the South, to prizes awarded to early-career scientists already making impressive contributions to their field.

EXTENDED DEADLINE: Call for Nominations_TWAS-ROSSA Regional Young Scientists' Prize 2016: Protection & Promotion of Human Rights_ 14 OCTOBER 2016

The World Academy of Sciences Regional Office for sub-Saharan Africa (TWAS-ROSSA) seeks to honour an outstanding young scientist who has made a major contribution to the advancement of human rights issues in sub-Saharan Africa through research and direct community interventions. 

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The 67th Lindau Nobel Laureates Meeting 2017_Call For Nominations

The Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf), in partnership with the Department of Science and Technology (DST), is seeking candidates to participate in the 2017 Lindau Nobel Laureates Meeting to be held from 25 to 30 June 2017 in Lindau, Germany. The 67th Meeting of Nobel Laureates will be dedicated to Chemistry. The meeting will be attended by Chemistry Nobel Laureates and about 400 highly-talented young scientists from across the world.

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TWAS Visiting Expert Programme: Deadline 1 October 2016

The TWAS Visiting Expert Programme supports visits of internationally renowned scientists to institutions located in developing countries, especially those located in the Least Developed Countries (LDCs).

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TWAS Research and Advanced Training Fellowship: 2016 Call for Applications

TWAS, the academy of sciences for the developing world, www.twas.org, is now accepting applications for the TWAS Research and Advanced Training Fellowship programme. The fellowships are offered to scientists from developing countries and are tenable at centres of excellence in various developing countries.

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Elsevier Foundation-TWAS Sustainability Visiting Expert Programme

The Elsevier Foundation - TWAS Sustainability Visiting Expert Programme supports visits of distinguished scientists in sustainability to institutions in developing countries, especially those in the 48 Least Developed Countries (LDCs). The programme aims to provide institutions and research groups in developing countries, especially those with limited outside contacts with the opportunity to establish long-term links with world leaders in sustainability and further build capacity in their countries.

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