September 08

September 07

  • Tanzania: How 'Adopt a Lab' Project Will Give Dar More Scientists

    Daily News

    THROUGH a project, termed as 'Adopt A Lab', the Hope for Children Foundation (HCF) is working to give Tanzania 100 laboratories across secondary schools in the country in the next... Read more »

  • Egypt: President Sisi Meets With Senior Egyptian Scientists

    Egypt Online

    President Abdel Fattah El Sisi met at the Presidential palace with senior Egyptian scientists and experts in the fields of higher education, scientific research and pre -university... Read more »

September 06

September 05

September 04

  • Africa: Science: What Can it do for the Sustainable Development Goals?


    The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are taking shape, with the zero draft of 17 proposed goals published last month and now being revised for the UN General Assembly this... Read more »

  • Africa: Satellite Tracking System Puts Africa On Map of Space-Based Climate Surveillance

    Thomson Reuters Foundation

    Thanks to a new satellite tracking system based in Kenya, eastern and southern African states have joined the growing ranks of countries tracking extreme weather and climate change... Read more »

  • Africa: Icy Aquifers On Titan Transform Methane Rainfall [document]

    State Department

    The NASA and European Space Agency Cassini mission has revealed hundreds of lakes and seas on Saturn's moon Titan. How are they kept filled in the frigid temperatures? Read more »

  • South Africa: Young SA Scientists Shine On World Stage

    Three young learners from little-known Taxila Secondary School in Limpopo have made their mark on the scientific community with their ground-breaking innovation that has earned... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Rie-Set Week Opens At Uz

    The Herald

    The first joint edition of the Research and Intellectual Expo-Science, Engineering and Technology (RIE-SET) Week, a four-day fair to showcase creative activity and scholarship in... Read more »

September 03

  • Africa: UNEP Chief Scientist Aims for Emergency Science Advice


    The chief scientist at the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) says the agency needs to provide better science advice to officials and relief workers during humanitarian crises. Read more »

  • South Africa: SA Science Minister Confirmed for IT Leaders Summit

    CAJ News

    NALEDI Pandor, the South African Minister of Science and Technology, will address delegates in her opening address at the sixth IT Leaders Africa Summit, organizers confirmed. Read more »

  • Namibia: Circumventing the Limitations of Biometric Systems [opinion]

    New Era

    Biometrics offers multiple usability advantages over traditional based authentication techniques but raises privacy and security concerns. Read more »

September 02

September 01

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