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Public Lecture Invitation

Sudanese National Academy of Sciences (SNAS) with the Organization for Women in Science in the...


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Hassan named to the Pontifical Academy

For a career of accomplishments in research and international cooperation, TWAS founding Executive Director Mohamed...


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Hassan receives science diplomacy award

TWAS interim executive director Mohamed H.A. Hassan has been honoured for a career of extraordinary...


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Capacity building in malaria with a focus on e-learning

25 March to 19 April 2019 in Bagamoyo, Tanzania Registrations are now open (until 15 January...


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Public Lecture Invitation

Sudanese National Academy of S...

Hassan named to the Pontifical...

For a career of accomplishment...

Hassan receives science diplom...

TWAS interim executive directo...

Capacity building in malaria w...

25 March to 19 April 201...

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Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2018 Grant Round

Written By Web Master on Monday, 19 February 2018 00:00
Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2018 Grant Round

We are now accepting applications - click here for full conditions and online application form (https://rstmh.submittable.com/submit/99445eeb-9c31-44b6-903c-f0d12542818f/rstmh-small-grants-2018).  Purpose of small grants To enable early career researchers and global health professionals in the field of...

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World Cup Headed to Russia and Qatar

sampleThough it promised record-breaking profits for FIFA, the U.S. bid failed to offer FIFA the sort of transformational message and chance to make history that both FIFA and the International Olympic Committee have yearned for in recent years.

FIFA chose Russia to host the 2018 World Cup.

In selecting Qatar, the tiny emirate in the heart of the Middle East, FIFA chose to bring the World Cup to a Muslim nation for the first time. A desire to make history, and the opportunity to partner with the natural gas fortune of the Qatari royal family, ultimately proved irresistible to FIFA. Qatar has promised to spend $4 billion to build nine stadiums, renovate three others and equip all of them with a high-tech, outdoor air conditioning system to combat summer temperatures that can reach 120 degrees during the day. The country has vowed to spend another $50 billion on infrastructure ahead of the tournament.

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