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September 16, 2021

TYAN members’ co-authored publication cited on recommendations for refugees and displaced scientists (McGrath and Lempinen, 2021)

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September 16, 2021

TYAN Virtual Thematic Workshops in Mathematics

The TYAN Virtual Thematic Workshops in Mathematics is a series of workshops which has been organized regularly over the last...
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August 8, 2021

GYA New Members Application Call

Applications are currently being sought from young, independent scholars who combine the highest level of research excellence with a demonstrated...
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August 7, 2021

ACADEMY OF MEDICINE SPECIALTIES OF NIGERIA (AMSN) ELECTS A TYAN MEMBER, PROFESSOR ADEJUWON ADEWALE ADENEYE, ITS FOUNDATION FELLOW

A TYAN Young Affiliate Alumnus, Professor Adejuwon Adewale ADENEYE, has been inducted a Foundation Fellow of the prestigious Academy of...
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August 7, 2021

TWAS Appoints TYAN Alumni and Members into Important Committees

Some TYAN Alumni and current members have been appointed to serve as members in some TWAS committees in the next...
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August 7, 2021

TYAN CALL FOR NOMINATION OF NEW EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

After working together for more than four years, the TYAN EC members agreed that new members are needed to join...
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June 16, 2021

Professor Jaqueline Godoy Mesquita, TYAN member, is elected vice-president of the Brazilian Mathematical Society

Professor Jaqueline Godoy Mesquita is elected vice-president of the Brazilian Mathematical Society for the period 2021-2023, to start in August...
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May 21, 2021

Professor Eugénie Kayitesi, a TYAN member receives R2,8m in grants to aid research into improving food security and nutrition

PRETORIA – Two University of Pretoria (UP) researchers have received grants of up to $200 000 (R2,8m) each from the Alliance...
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April 30, 2021

Pablo Bolanos Villegas, is the leading author in “Diversity in somatic DNA repair efficiencies between commercial inbred maize lines and native Central American purple landraces”

Exposure to UV radiation damages DNA and worsens drought stress in crops. In Central America the main crop is maize....
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