The Global State of Young Scientists Africa project investigates the challenges that shape the career trajectories of young African scientists.
For science to have an impact there must be a genuine will to implement its advances. This requires promoting a greater understanding of science in broader society.
Africa battles with a dearth of data and seems unable to scale up health innovations. If these can be systematically addressed, the continent can take great strides towards better health for all.
South Africa must address the root factors contributing to nationwide protests in the higher education sector or face dire consequences
Research shows that students feel motivated when they learn more about the struggles and failures of the world's greatest scientists.