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Found 71 announcements associated to the institution TWAS, the academy of sciences for the developing world.
 
Trauma is a disease: A call for action by IAP Health
29-April-2019

InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) Health has issued a Statement, ‘A call for action to declare trauma as a disease’, which draws attention to the need for a strong paradigm shift to not only to control but also prevent trauma by considering it as a disease with an integrated comprehensive approach in national health agendas.

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“A Call for Action to Tackle the Growing Burden of Dementia” from IAP for Health
5-July-2018

The InterAcademy Partnership for Health (IAP for Health) today issues ‘A Call for Action to Tackle the Growing Burden of Dementia’. This IAP Statement is endorsed by more than 50 members of IAP for Health (i.e. academies of medicine and academies of science with strong medical sections from around the world).

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Caroline Asiimwe wins TWAS-Samira Omar Prize
19-December-2017

Ugandan conservation leader Caroline Asiimwe is engaging the local population in a cooperative approach to preserve wildlife from illegal activities and ensure healthy ecosystems in her country.

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Victor Ramos wins TWAS-Lenovo Prize
19-December-2017

The Argentine scientist and TWAS Fellow shed new light on the origins of one of the world’s most prolific mountain ranges, and is continuing to research the complex history of South America’s ancient landscapes.

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Science to benefit humanity
19-December-2017

As 2017 comes to a close, TWAS has named the winners of some its most prestigious prizes. One is a geoscientist whose works supports awareness of geological hazards in the Andes. Others focus on health, medicinal plants and novel theories of human economic behaviour.

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