March 3, 2021
Discover the ThinkTank Changing Scientometrics in Africa
Discover the ThinkTank Changing Scientometrics in Africa By Cyril D. Boateng, PhD Aymen Idris wants the whole world to know what is happening in science in […]
February 20, 2021
On Becoming the Product of your PhD
On Becoming the Product of your PhD   By Kelechukwu N. Onwukamike (Dr.rer.nat) (Ph.D)   Should I continue or give up? This was exactly the question […]
February 20, 2021
Harnessing the Energies of African Early Career Researchers
Harnessing the Energies of African Early Career Researchers   By Joseph X. F. Ribeiro, PhD Akin to their counterparts elsewhere, African early career researchers (ECRs) could […]
July 20, 2020
In Search of the Stars
In Search of the Stars   By Evans Owusu, MSC   Look up into the beautiful night skies anywhere in the world and you see dazzling, […]
June 30, 2020
The Fortress in the Forest: Efforts at New Edubiase Government Hospital in the fight against COVID-19
The Fortress in the Forest: Efforts at New Edubiase Government Hospital in the fight against COVID-19 By Frederick C. Agamah (with support from Isaac Asante Somuah) […]
May 28, 2020
COVID 19 Innovations: The deployment of mobile tech solutions
COVID 19 Innovations: The deployment of mobile tech solutions Frederick Courage Agamah Even though most African countries are perceived to be far behind the rest of […]
May 24, 2020
We must question the rationale for positive racial discrimination in science
We must question the rationale for positive racial discrimination in science Aymen Idris, PhD I am not easily shocked, but I’ll admit I was shocked and […]
April 20, 2020
COVID-19: Unleashing the Potential of African Traditional Medicine
Okweesi Aggrey, PhD
March 30, 2020
Is a PhD truly worth it
Is a PhD truly worth it? By Jeffrey Okundi Over the last couple of months, I have asked myself this question so many times: is it […]
March 13, 2020
From Pig Farm to the British Parliament: The Girl Who Never Gave Up