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Jonathan Esole soutien des talents congolais

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Sidy Ndao s’engage pour développer l’enseignement expérimental en Afrique

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Hamidou Tembine, un Malien qui aide à décider

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Bridging the gap for women in science and technology

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Science, Politics and the Quest to Secure Sustainable Food Futures for Africa

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Jonathan Mboyo Esole : un futur Einstein pour l’Afrique ?

C'est l'histoire d'un garçonnet connu pour ses problèmes de développement et ses difficultés d'expression à Kinshasa devenu professeur de mathématiques à l'université Northeastern, à Boston, aux États-Unis. « J'étais un enfant différent des autres. J'avais des...

Zimbabwe’s new government must commit to science

In a piece written by Dexter Tagwireyi in international journal of science in Nature, Zimbabwe has been excluded from many international funding and grant opportunities because of its instability, both real and perceived. The only way to access these funds has been to...

Gender Equity for Africa’s Scientists

The next Einstein could be an African woman, but Africa’s gender gap in science education and jobs means the world may never know. To position Africa for long-term development success, and to give women and girls the opportunities they deserve, efforts must be made to...

STEM fields need to be more friendly to women

According to NSF's Science and Engineering Indicators, the STEM fields are dominated by a male presence. For example, 11.1 percent of physicists and astronomers are women, 22.7 percent of chemical engineers are women, 35.2 percent of chemists are women and 7.9 percent...

40 Africans Under 40 – Making It In Africa

NEF Fellow Mouhamed Moustapha Fall, recognized by Africa.com under Top 40 Under 40 extraordinary men and women who are transforming the future of Africa. This list includes people who are making amazing contributions in their respective fields of expertise. Young...