Written by Mamadou A.
Research indicates that 25% of the world’s workforce will live in Africa by 2050. Yet the percentage of national budgets allotted to higher education in Africa stands at 7% compared to 76% in the rest of the world, making funding of the sector a priority issue in the next 10 years, say experts speaking at the African higher education conference in Dakar, Senegal.
Written by Abuje Cheki
At a recent Summit of the African Union (AU) Heads of State and Government held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, African leaders endorsed the establishment of the Alliance for Accelerating Excellence in Science in Africa (AESA) - a platform created by the African Academy of Sciences (AAS) and the NEPAD Agency with financial support of key development partners.
Written by Sophia Bekele,
"Africa is rising" is a phrase we are accustomed to hearing nowadays. We Africans also seem desperate to make that positive narrative about Africa. From the vantage point of the digital Africa that I seat, it is most promising, but only if we can face some of our own self afflicted stagnation.
Written by Erick Akasa
A team of scientists has developed a methodology to investigate the equilibrium thermodynamics of single molecules. This is needed for high performance materials for gas storage and thermal insulators or nanomachines.
Written by Tadese Rozza
A leading developer of solar-biogas hybrid power technology has announced the visit of a delegation comprised of officials from the Ethiopian Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy, the Ethiopian Energy Authority as well as academics from Ethiopian universities to learn more about solar technology.
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