Cambridge-Africa

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Celebrating Black Cantabs

The Black Cantabs Research Society launches a new platform to further its aims of connecting early Black Cambridge alumni with present students.Read more 

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Meeting local needs: how the Fens can learn from research in Africa

Dr Rosalind Parkes-Ratanshi spent over a decade on the frontline fighting HIV in Uganda now in Cambridge she plans to work in areas of deprivationRead more 

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African plant scientists develop new skills in Cambridge to tackle problems at home

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Lab training workshop and biotech conference 2017Read more 

CAmbridge and Africa

Celebrating Cambridge-Africa partnerships

Cambridge Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Institutional and International Affairs writes...

We celebrate some of the partnerships that have made Cambridge one of the world’s leading universities for engaging with/supporting African research.Read more 

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AAS announces appointment of new Executive Director

The African Academy of Sciences Governing Council is today announcing the appointment of Prof Nelson...

17 August 2017Read More

Animal health needs partnerships for vaccine delivery

Like many victories in wars, the rinderpest campaign ultimately succeeded by engaging local communit...

16 August 2017Read More

Case study in Kenya confirms rare genetic condition in embryo conceived through IVF

One of the rare conditions that’s been identified is Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome, which results in b...

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The CAMBRIDGE-AFRICA Programme aims to strengthen Africa's own capacity for a sustainable research and mentoring culture, by supporting talented individuals who will make this long-term goal a reality. The Programme emerged in 2008 and covers a range of initiatives across subject areas. Cambridge-Africa is now supporting African researchers working on African priorities in Africa, in partnership with Cambridge researchers. Read more