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NEF Weekly Newsletter – Thierry Zomahoun at Columbia University and World Malaria Day – 24 April 2015

Sent Thursday, April 23, 2015

Welcome to the weekly NEF Newsletter on Thierry Zomahoun at Columbia University, World Malaria Day, and AIMS Alumnus Dr. Martial Mbah on Malaria Research. Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter. The Next Einstein Forum’s CEO Thierry Zomahoun Receives Rave Reviews at Columbia University​ Mr. Thierry Zomahoun, CEO and President of the Next Einstein Forum (NEF), was one of four keynote speakers at the 2015 Columbia University African Economic Forum […]

 

NEF Weekly Newsletter – Energy-Efficient Cars and the Green Revolution in Africa – 17 April 2015

Sent Friday, April 17, 2015

Welcome to the weekly NEF Newsletter on Energy Efficient Cars and the Green Revolution in Africa. Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter. WACKY ECO-FRIENDLY WHEELS DRIVING AFRICA’S GREEN REVOLUTION​ Students from the University of Benin in Nigeria built the gasoline-powered Ecocruise using a combination of plant fiber and fiberglass. All the cars are energy-efficient and green. Read More FEATURED ARTICLES​ African […]

 

NEF Weekly Newsletter – Food Science and Biotechnology in Africa – 9 April 2015

Sent Friday, April 10, 2015

Welcome to the weekly NEF Newsletter on Food Science and Biotechnology in Africa. Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter. GENETICIST, PLANT BREEDER, AND PROFESSOR GEBISA EJETA TELLS GRADUATES THAT ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE Gebisa Ejeta, Purdue Distinguished Professor of Agronomy and 2009 World Food Prize Laureate, made these comments Friday (May 14) during the commencement ceremony for graduates in the colleges of Agriculture; Consumer and Family Sciences; […]

 

NEF Weekly Newsletter – Science and Autism in Africa – 2 April 2015

Sent Friday, April 3, 2015

Welcome to the weekly NEF Newsletter on Science and Autism in Africa. Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter. A LOOK AT AUTISM IN SOUTH AFRICA Watch More FEATURED ARTICLES Learning to Live With Autism in Ethiopia In Ethiopia and other parts of Africa, there is a lack of awareness and knowledge about autism. This was the case for Zemi Yunus, who knew that her four year-old son Jojo was “different from other children of his […]