April 02

April 01

  • UN to Launch Innovation Training for Governments


    The UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) is to launch a project to help build policymakers' capacity to implement science and innovation fostering plans in developing... Read more »

  • Anxiety and Hope Pave Road to Post-2015 Goals


    Last week a collection of academics met in the opulent surroundings of the United Kingdom's Royal Society of Medicine to mull over the challenges of generating and implementing... Read more »

  • Rwandan in Global Enterprise Finale

    New Times

    Nsengimana is one of the two African finalists out of 22 in an award that recognises young pioneers who have demonstrated ability to solve society's challenges in the areas of... Read more »

  • Science and Technology Ministry Holds "March-Women" Activities in Huambo


    The Ministry of Science and Technology will hold this Tuesday in Huambo City, central province with the same name, its sixth events in the ambit of the "March-Women" celebrations,... Read more »

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  • Experiment Rushed for Possible Ebola Treatment


    Amid a deadly outbreak of Ebola virus in the western African country of Guinea, an international team of researchers has stepped up production of experimental antibodies that... Read more »

  • Can Visiting Science Centres Boost Science Literacy?


    The expectations that hands-on science centres can increase people's engagement with science and technology have been the motivation for creating many science centres around the... Read more »

  • Malaria Research Funding Website Leaves Limited Legacy


    A website intended to rewrite the rules of how malaria research is funded failed to exploit the early potential of social media to link the public with researchers - but its one... Read more »

  • Changing Mind-Sets, Transforming Research


    Stellenbosch University was the birthplace of apartheid and much of its research during the apartheid era was focused on maintaining white minority rule. Its first black... Read more »

  • Kenya Pursuing Nuclear Power Despite the Risks


    Kenya is forging ahead with plans to build a nuclear power plant by 2025 as part of an ambitious development agenda. However, the project is not without its doubters, who wonder... Read more »

  • Science Minister Lauds Telescope Array


    The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope would put South Africa and the continent on the map in a different way, Science and Technology Minister Derek Hanekom said on... Read more »

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