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Open Access: The timely publishing solution truly serving scientists, science and the publicMost scientists, even before they have had direct experience as an author, have a sense that the standard practice of scientific publishing is flawed. Starting as students, by power of observation — which scientists tend to be pretty good at — they see that sharing research results takes a...
Building a Strong Research EcosystemBuilding a Strong Research Ecosystem for Sustainable Development The African Academy of Sciences’ Alliance for Accelerating Excellence in Science in Africa, the Wellcome Trust, DFID and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation are organising a track to discuss how to create an enabling and viable research ecosystem in...
Science *Policy* Africa Vol 20 No 4 December 2016Click on the image to download the publication. Submit articles for the next issue to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 February 2017.
The AAS and partners invest in drug discovery in AfricaThe African Academy of Sciences and partners invest in drug discovery in Africa New funding to develop the capacity of African scientists 27 June 2018 | Nairobi, Kenya The African Academy of Sciences (AAS), University of Cape Town (UCT) Drug Discovery and Development Centre (H3D), Medicines for Malaria Venture...
Being an Affiliate means I am part of a network of like minded professionals with whom I can develop joint research and grant applications.
Askwar Hilonga, The AAS Affiliate, Tanzania
Because AAS Open Research articles are freely available to download and distribute, our research is shared among a wide audience and this increases visibility locally and internationally.
Moses Egesa, Makerere University, Uganda
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Oumar Gaye, Malaria control activities in West and Central Africa, Senegal