In a journal article, TWAS Executive Director, Romain Murenzi, and his team, advocated greater science and technology education in Africa, for young people in the continent to be better prepared for global changes.
Wanjira Mathai, daughter of late Kenyan environmentalist and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Wangari Maathai; in a recent chat with SciDev.Net, explained why fighting for climate justice has taken a leading role among her many commitments.
Delia Haynes as President and 8 others as executive members have been elected to run the affairs of the newly-formed African Crystallographic Association (AfCA).
The Senegalese politician calls on Africa’s governments, private sector and scientists to create endogenous resources and solutions to reduce the continent’s scientific dependence on the West.
Commitments to invest in research for home-grown innovations that support food systems is imperative writes Gilbert Nakweya.
From July 2020 to July 2023, the DiDEM project will enable science and decision-makers to dialogue for coastal and marine environmental management in seven African countries.
The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry and The Chemical Society of Nigeria’s joint IUPAC’s CHEMRAWN XXII ‘E-Waste In Africa Conference’ is slated for November this year.
This article highlights the role international partnerships such as the ‘Sustainable Energy for All Initiative’ will play in expanding and modernizing Africa’s electric sector.
Les aps The battle to wipe out malnutrition requires healthy diets that also tackle micronutrient deficiencies, alongside the growing burdens of undernutrition and obesity.
A sustainable future for agriculture requires to improve crops yields, with the help of all sciences.