Paul Woafo, professor at the University of Yaounde 1, receives the 2020 IUPAP Medal for Outstanding Contributions to the Enhancement of Physics in Developing Countries.
An evaluation of scientific success based on interactions with societies.
Could the COVID-19 crisis help to have more balanced research collaborations between the Globla North and the Global South? Some insights from Africa.
A new large-scale, open source hydrological and water resources model will support different stakeholder groups and scientific communities investigations.
Protecting wildlife on land and in the sea (SDGs 14 and 15) would have favorable economic consequences, improving several other SDGs.
Biomass pyrolysis produces coal, an energy vector, but also nanomaterials.
We definitely need interdisciplinary science to take the challenges that humanity faces today, that are highlighted by SGDs.
In Malawi, a project that used football to attract the youth and educate them on HIV/AIDS increased testing for HIV by about 30 per cent within this population.