February 17, 2020

DEDICATION TO BEING EXCEPTIONAL

DEDICATION TO BEING EXCEPTIONAL: THE STORY OF THE YOUNG GHANAIAN SCIENTIST WHO WON EVERYTHING AfroScience Team For many young Africans, the dream of acquiring postgraduate degrees […]
February 20, 2020

Could micro-credentials compete with traditional degrees?

The skills gap means companies are increasingly considering candidates from non-traditional paths. Could targeted, bite-sized chunks of education help you get a job? By Anisa Purbasari […]
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 […]
April 7, 2020

Driven by the Failures of a Continent

Driven by the Failures of a Continent The mass of African youth is getting frustrated. Challenges with poverty, poor education, unemployment, health, violence, and general lack […]
April 27, 2020

Treating Cancer: Where Curiosity Leads

Treating Cancer: Where Curiosity Leads It is often said that curiosity killed the cat. What we are not often told is that no development in human […]
August 9, 2020

The Eritrean Hunting the Imperfections of the Human Body

The Eritrean Hunting the Imperfections of the Human Body By Cyril [This story is part of the Research Visibility Project, a collaboration between AfroScience Network and […]
August 9, 2020

Reporting Africa’s Covid-19 Story

Reporting Africa’s Covid-19 Story By Cyril [This story is part of the Research Visibility Project, a collaboration between AfroScience Network and the Organization of African Academic […]