On Saturday, The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) conducted a session in Chicago speaking about the state of biosciences in Africa. African experts in the field of agricultural biotechnology held presentations highlighting the impacts of biosciences on small holder farming sectors. The African economy is on an upward trajectory, and is among the fastest growing in the world. African farmers could benefit by introducing technology in their farming techniques, however, the experts pointed out the need to carefully deliver this bioscience revolution, which is still in its nascent stage.
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