Let’s welcome back onsite scientific conferences coupled with online attendance option

This article calls for the necessity to couple onsite scientific conferences coupled with an online attendance option for the sake of scientific inclusion.   Let’s welcome back onsite scientific conferences coupled with online attendance option    

Sickle cell disease patients are vulnerable to kidney illness according to a recent collaborative study from Ghana and USA.

Brief Abstract Growing up in West Africa, it is common to know a family member or a neighbor with sickle cell disease (SCD) and unfortunately some of these friends, and family members died at a very young age. Unfortunately, SCD Read More

Coronavirus pandemic cataclysm prediction in Africa. What can we learn from the impact of negative image on the disease outbreak prediction?

As a Guinean-born scientist working in France, I followed with worries Covid-19 cases in Africa since late February after the WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned countries with weaker health care systems to get prepared for a potential arrival Read More

African Diaspora Scientists Federation: Leveraging Science and Technology to Benefit Africans

Science and technology are transforming our society and it is clear that we all in the world are benefiting from it including African populations. Nonetheless, African populations could be considered as the least benefiting of science and technology in the Read More

Leveraging Science and Technology to Benefit Africans Populations through African Diaspora Scientists Federation initiative

We were honored to share our ongoing efforts to create a dynamic platform of African diaspora scientists on brain circulation in Africa at the US National Science Policy Symposium 2019 at University of Wisconsin Madison. African scientists in the diaspora, Read More

Dr. Boateng, an African scientist in China with a vision to increase research in oil and gas exploration techniques in Africa

At 35, Dr. Cyril D. Boateng was born in a town called Ho in Ghana. While growing up, he did not have scientist role model but decided to pursue a STEM career while attending high school without having a clear Read More

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