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African scientists identify coronavirus priorities

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(courtesy: Research Professional News, 30 Apr 2020)
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Keeping COVID-19 at bay in Africa

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(courtesy: The Lancet, 29 Apr 2020)
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The COVID-19 pandemic is giving African scientists a chance to shine

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By proving themselves in coronavirus response,

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Abdool Karims Receive Prestigious Global Health Award

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COVID-19 African Research Efforts - Take the Survey

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Meet Nigerian Nneka, world-class physicist with big int'l award

Professor Francis Nneka Okeke is one of the few Nigerians who are making remarkable achievements in the academic world.

Harnessing the power of collective thinking

Progressive partnerships and collaborative efforts between The RSE and other global academies are invaluable for effectively addressing domestic and international societal challenges.

5 women in science that have changed the world

Here are five women scientists who deserve to be celebrated every day of the year.

International Day of Women and Girls in Science: 16 Prominent Nigerian Women That Have Inspired Young Ones

In a male-dominated space there are unique women who, despite all odds against them, have made excellent achievements just as their male counterparts in various fields of the Sciences. 

Cell Free Protein Expression Market to surpass US$ 324.6 million by 2026

Cell free protein expression is vital step for study or research in proteomics, as protein can only be extracted if the cell free protein expression process is conducted through cell lysate. 

We are using computer models to fight drug resistance

Continuously emerging strains of pathogens that are resistant to current drugs present a huge challenge for the eradication of infectious diseases.