Can India Lead the Way on Innovation?
A leading Indian scientist has called on developing nations to adopt affordable and less complex methods of innovation to boost development and address poverty.
SciDev.Net, 3 January 2013
A leading Indian scientist and policymaker is calling on developing countries to adopt an "emerging paradigm" of affordable, less complex and inclusive innovation to promote ... read more »
More women are entering the field of science.
SciDev.Net, 28 November 2012
Pharmaceutical innovation in middle-income countries such as Brazil and India could be boosted by stronger enforcement of intellectual property laws and by building up research ... read more »
AfricaPlus, 2 January 2013
Richard Joseph explores how "discordant development" - deepening inequalities and rapid progress juxtaposed with group distress - is often one of the root causes of uncertainty, ... read more »
AlertNet, 28 November 2012
What do wood floors, t-shirts, beer, fire-proof ceilings, window-blinds, bicycles, chopsticks, and the veneer on the inside of a luxury car have in common? They can all be made ... read more »
ThinkAfricaPress, 4 October 2012
Can Kenya's Climate Innovation Center encourage business growth and sustainable climate change solutions? read more »
Advancements in technology is set to improve educational research networking among Southern African universities and institutions. Read more »