TOP STORYTWAS will convene its 28th General Meeting in Trieste, Italy, from 27-29 November, drawing an international audience of nearly 300 researchers and policy experts from both developing and developed regions worldwide. "Every year, the TWAS General Meeting is a celebration of excellence in science from the developing world, and a serious look at the challenges confronting countries both in the North and the South," said TWAS President Bai Chunli. "With every new meeting, our ability to address those challenges grows stronger." More
Qualified scholars may start collaboration with 300+ centres in the South under the TWAS-UNESCO Associateship Scheme. Deadline: 5 December.