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Tweet from @cnbcafrica | Science africa | Scoop.it
African Innovation Foundation is awarding $150,000 to Africa’s top innovators. More #Techfocus on today#Closingbell http://t.co/oWXrxYrOhI
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The Modernization Of Computer Science Education | TechCrunch

The Modernization Of Computer Science Education | TechCrunch | Science africa | Scoop.it
Most people, especially in Silicon Valley, are aware that there aren't enough engineers graduating from college today. By 2020, the U.S. Department of Labor projects that there will be 1.4 million computer science (CS) jobs ...
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Google Street View Now Lets You Explore More Historical Sites in India

Google Street View Now Lets You Explore More Historical Sites in India | Science africa | Scoop.it
Google has announced that you can now explore detailed Street View imagery of 76 different historic sites in India directly from Google Maps or via the Google Cultural Institute portal. So,... Keep reading →

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Shekhar Iyer's curator insight, August 3, 2014 7:54 AM

How Cool Is This! Go Google, Go India!

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Germany's renewable revolution shows the way

Germany's renewable revolution shows the way | Science africa | Scoop.it
How did Germany do it? No, not its World Cup victory - how did Germany engineer Europe's highest penetration of renewable energy, plus fast-dropping electricity prices? Keith Barnham explains - and says the UK could do the same, and better!

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African Innovation Summit focus on the African Strategy on Science, Technology and Innovation

African Innovation Summit focus on the African Strategy on Science, Technology and Innovation | Science africa | Scoop.it

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Government to invest £160m in farming technology - Farming UK

Government to invest £160m in farming technology - Farming UK | Science africa | Scoop.it
Government to invest £160m in farming technology Farming UK £30 million for four agri-science research and innovation campuses by Biotechnolocy and Biological Sciences Research Council a multi million pound scientific research partnership between...

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In Benin, Head of UNDP Africa emphasizes the role of youth and innovation in continent’s development | UNDP in Africa

In Benin, Head of UNDP Africa emphasizes the role of youth and innovation in continent’s development | UNDP in Africa | Science africa | Scoop.it
Ending a week-long visit to Benin, the Director of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Africa, Abdoulaye Mar Dieye, called on African countries to ensure innovation becomes the "currency of their emergence”.
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Organs-on-a-chip technology takes the guesswork out of drug testing

Organs-on-a-chip technology takes the guesswork out of drug testing | Science africa | Scoop.it
A team of researchers in the US has made a whole set of electronic organs on a tiny plastic chip to allow drugs to be tested more safely an

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Olgy Gary's curator insight, July 31, 2014 10:25 PM

"Researchers in the US are developing 'organs-on-a-chip' - an entire electronic set of human organs that can take the guesswork, and animals, out of drug testing." --ScienceAlert

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Crowdsourcing future development in science and technology

Crowdsourcing future development in science and technology | Science africa | Scoop.it
If crowdsourcing can raise money for research worldwide, why can't it raise questions and predict probabilities of future developments in science and technology? We think that's an interesting proposition.
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Sharing knowledge and lessons learnt from the UK's first eco-town

Sharing knowledge and lessons learnt from the UK's first eco-town | Science africa | Scoop.it
Eco-Bicester Living Lab goes live

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Sharing knowledge and lessons learnt from the UK's first eco-town |  http://sco.lt/...

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China promises to remove urban-rural registration divide

China promises to remove urban-rural registration divide | Science africa | Scoop.it
Beijing (AFP) July 31, 2014 - China is to scrap the distinction between its urban and rural household registration systems, it said, promising migrant workers greater social benefits as it pushes an urbanisation drive that has seen hundreds of millions of people move to cities.

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Ecuador’s government asks society to help create a draft of a Free Software law | Sumak Yachay - Buen Conocer

Ecuador’s government asks society to help create a draft of a Free Software law | Sumak Yachay - Buen Conocer | Science africa | Scoop.it

Ximena Amoroso, Ecuador’s Subsecretary of Science, Technology and Innovation (SENESCYT) invited Ecuadorian society to help “transparently write a draft software law for the country.

 


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