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NEF Community of Scientists review digital economy strategy, elects new Executive Committee

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Young African Robotics Designers Sparking at Pan African Robotic competition in Senegal (PARC 2018)

Technology is taking...

“Bio economy of the world regions – Africa”

The Bio economy summit...

Smart Care Tech project: Integrated Smart technology for visually impaired people

Purposely talking,...

GIVE1 Project: Bridging the digital divide, advocating for girls involvement in ICT by David Jeng

In recent years, the...

Working towards Africa’s Energy Independence

Over 640 million...

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African mothers in science need more support.

There are a number of discussions to be had about women scientists in Africa: why there are so few, for instance; or how more can be drawn into science, technology, engineering and maths careers. And, crucially, how can existing women researchers be retained once...

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Look to Africa to advance artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is changing society as profoundly as the steam engine and electricity have done. But unlike past technological revolutions, the AI revolution offers a unique chance to improve lives without opening up and exacerbating global...

Gov’t pledges 1% GDP to support STEM education

Government has pledged a minimum of one per cent of GDP towards the promotion of research and development expenditure of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education in the country. Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation,...