News_0823_TWASmeeting_full.jpg The American Association for the Advancement of Science and The World Academy of Sciences host science diplomacy courses in Trieste, Italy to help nation’s, such as the Kiribati atolls, confront rising sea levels. | Paola Di Bella/TWAS The Republic of Kiribati is...
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- Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson must act swiftly to appoint a respected scientist or engineer as his science and technology adviser.
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