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Guest Blog: The Damage Caused by the 93-Day Internet Blackout in Cameroon-Sophie Ngassa

"For me, internet...
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An interview with Brida Mbuwir, PhD Candidate in Electrical Engineering and Former Electrical Engineer at Schneider Electric

“A lady, an engineer,...
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LADIES IN STEM | How They Started

“I registered to study...
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Blog by Tapiwa Bokosi Malawi: What are we here for? Africa Science Week!

The Second Lady Mrs....
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[GUEST BLOG] Of Particles and Possibilities – Chilufya Mwewa

During my school days,...
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Abdeslam Badre, NEF Ambassador: Science Diplomacy & Institutional Leadership Modes in Africa

Science in diplomacy...
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Chimie : Les Africains pour une souveraineté accrue

Selon des experts, les gouvernements africains doivent soutenir les efforts de recherche en chimie, afin d’encourager une éthique de la recherche qui réponde aux préoccupations des pays africains, en vue d’atteindre la souveraineté thérapeutique, aussi bien que...

African Researchers Receive Financial Mathematics Knowledge

Thirty-three young African scientific researchers are attending a four-day intensive workshop on Stochastic Optimal Control and Application (SOCA) with schools at Biriwa in the Central Region. The workshop is being organised by the African Institute for Mathematical...

Researchers model ways to control deadly maize disease

Researchers have used mathematical modelling to develop how to combat two co-infecting viruses causing maize lethal necrosis (MLN) in Kenya. According to researchers who conducted the new study, because maize is a staple crop in Sub-Saharan Africa, the spread of MLN...

First draft of a genome-wide cancer ‘dependency map’

In one of the largest efforts to build a comprehensive catalog of genetic vulnerabilities in cancer, researchers from the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute have identified more than 760 genes upon which multiple types of cancer cells...