Welcome to AfroScience Network, an online platform for sharing, analyzing and communicating science in Africa. Our platform is a bridge between African scientists and the general public interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) on the continent of Africa. Our resources are available for scientists, students, teachers, mentors, parents, STEM professionals, volunteers and government officials. Our vision is an Africa transformed by science and technology into a developed and sustainable home for Africans. We hope you are inspired.
AfroScience Story by Aymen I Idris
A lament for the good old ways of conducting scientific research, and cautionary nudge to junior researchers in the times of a pandemic.When I started my PhD studies at the turn of this century, I envisaged my time in research would be spent making observations, formulating hypotheses, designing and carrying out experiments and making discoveries – and eventually train the next generation of researchers to do the same. […] Read MoreThe deployment ofmobile tech solutions
Even though most African countries are perceived to be far behind the rest of the world in the use of information technology there are many innovative technological solutions which work very well in the context of Africa. The novel coronavirus has inspired the creation and deployment of simple technologies in many African countries as public health tools[…] Read MoreMagnitude Earthquake Reported in Ghana
A 4.0 Magnitude Earthquake has been reported in Ghana with the epicenter near Gbawe. The quake struck at 22.53 GMT on Wednesday Northwest of the capital city Accra and was 10km deep. There are reports of aftershocks on social media. Moderate shaking has been reported as far as Cape Coast, 100 km from the epicenter. There are currently no reports of casualties.[…] Read More