With demographic and environmental change eroding agricultural yield, the EU-funded ANTARES project set out to develop smart sensor and big data technologies that will
By De Wet Joubert, RS Components Sub Sahara Africa It’s amazing how quickly the world around us is changing. The fourth industrial revolution (4IR)
The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) has presented a recently developed National ICT Policy document to the Gombe State government as part of
Worried over noticeable discrepancies in the audited account of Nigeria Communications Satellite (NIGCOMSAT) Ltd, the House of Representatives Committee on Finance has directed the
GE has hosted a Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) mentorship roundtable for female students from the Institut National Polytechnique Félix Houphouët-Boigny
Science and Engineering Experts have called on young female students to pursue professional carriers in the field of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, STEM
In 2020, the International Collegiate Programming Contest – the oldest, biggest and most prestigious event of its kind – will take place in Moscow.
The Next Einstein Forum (NEF) has announced its new class of Ambassadors, the third cohort of young science and technology champions from across Africa.
A University of Glasgow student is using maths and computing skills to train young scientists in Africa to help push the frontiers of knowledge
AfriLabs, the largest pan-African network of 158 technology and innovation centers in 45 African countries is pleased to announce its partnership with the Division