TASSA Participates at the Science Diaspora Event, AAAS Annual Meeting by NODES

As part of the AAAS Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, NODES (Networks of Diasporas in Engineering and Science) held a half day discussion and networking event that engaged scientists and engineers, students, innovators, and government and embassy officials on model practices for catalyzing the growth and engagement of science and engineering diasporas in policy processes both in their country of origin and in the United States. more

TASSA Participates the ATAA Leadership Conference

TASSA President Prof. Haluk Unal spoke at the 36th Annual Turkish American National Leadership Conference held by ATAA in Washington DcCon February 25-27, 2016. more

Aziz Sancar and Kenan Sahin will be keynote speakers at the TASSA 2016 Conference

During the TASSA 2016 Conference, Aziz Sancar, MD, PhD, the Sarah Graham Kenan Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics at the UNC School of Medicine, member of the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center, and Dr. Kenan Sahin, founder and Chief Executive Officer of TIAX LLC, will be joining us as keynote speakers. more

TASSA congratulates Turkey's own Prof. Aziz Sancar for receiving the Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Along with Thomas Lindahl, Paul L. Mordrich, Aziz Sancar was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on the mechanism of DNA repair this Wednesday. more

TASSA proudly announces the remarkable success of three Turkish women scientists and innovators

This year, MIT featured 3 Turkish-women, and a Turkish-American Ph.D. student in their prestigious "35 Innovators under 35" list. As TASSA, we sincerely congratulate them and look forward for their future success. more

TASSA 2016 Conference will be held at the Charles M. Harper Center, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, April 2-3

We are very excited to share that our signature event, the TASSA Conference, held every two years, will take place on 2-3, 2016, at the University of Chicago. TASSA Conference is a special event, providing unique opportunities for collaboration and networking... more

Turkey loses a great mind; Oktay Sinanoğlu dies at age 80.

Oktay Sinanoğlu, Professor emeritus of chemistry and molecular biophysics and biochemistry and former Yale faculty died at age 80 on April 19, 2015. more

A First Step Towards Establishment of Insitute of Health of Turkey

A law regarding the establishment of Directorate of Health Institutes in Turkey (Türkiye Sağlık Enstitüleri Başkanlığı - TÜSEB) was published on “Resmi Gazete’. According to the law, the directorate will be affiliated with the Ministry of Health of Turkey, and will have scientific and administrative autonomy and its own budget. The physical location of the directorate will be in Istanbul. more

Smithsonian Resident Associates Program: 'Looking West: Ataturk and the Creation of Modern Turkey' by Bulent Atalay

Smithsonian Resident Associates Program Announced a two-part lecture series titled "Looking West: Ataturk and the Creation of Modern Turkey by Bulent Atalay. The lecture series will take place on March 31, 6:45 p.m. tp 8:45 p.m. at the S. Dillon Ripley Center of Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC. more

Haluk Ünal Addresses the Guest at the Turkish Embassy in Washington D.C. on higher education opportunities in the US

TASSA President Haluk Ünal gave a speech on higher education opportunities in the US. He was introduced by His Excellency Serdar Kılıç, the US Ambassador for Turkey, who underlined the significance of this event in bringing together Turkish students and academic community. more

Turkey Sends More Students to the United States Than Any Other European Country

Jonathan Henick, Counselor for Public Affairs, U.S. Embassy Ankara, Turkey, explains the recent trends and their programs geared towards Turkish Students who wants to pursue education in the U.S. more

TASSA President Haluk Unal Addresses the Attendees of the European Science Diaspora

TASSA attended the first working meeting of representatives of various US-based European national Scientific Communities held at the Embassy of Italy in Washington DC on Friday, November 14th , 2014. more

Mar 20.16
Engineering and Applied Sciences

Expert Opinion: Hasan Ayaz on the emerging field of Neuroergonomics

TASSA Vice President Hasan Ayaz discusses Neuroergonomics and the inaugural international conference planned in Paris, France

Mar 20.16
Health and Biomedical Sciences

Cenk Cavusoglu, principal investigator, receives grant to create a robotic heart catheter

In order to treat atrial gibrillation, researchers from Case Western reserve Universiy has undertaken a research project. Cenk Cavusoglu will be guiding the research, which has a funding of $1.3 million. The research will be funded by the NIH to develop a prototype.

Mar 20.16
Natural Sciences

Zika virus: A new vector-borne threat in the Americas

Ebola virus infection commanded most of the infectious and tropical disease headlines of 2014 and 2015. Now a very different disease, Zika virus or Zika fever, has become a global news item. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared Zika virus infection a global emergency and is estimating about 3-4 million cases by the end of 2016.

Jan 16.16
Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities

9th Winter Workshop in Economics held in Istanbul

This year marks the the ninth year of the Winter Workshop in Economics held in Istanbul, Turkey

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