The World Academy of Science recently published its list of new Fellows elected in 2022. The honor, which TWAS refers to as the “apex of scientific achievement,” is bestowed on scientists who have made significant contributions to the advancement of science in the developing world. The 10 African scientists are among the 53 new members elected this year. They come from Cameroon (2), Kenya (1), Mali (1), South Africa (1), Republic of Congo (1), Ethiopia (1), Senegal (1), Gambia (1) and Nigeria (1).
The World Academy of Sciences for the advancement of science in developing countries, known . . .
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