Cambridge-Africa

University of Lagos Nigeria

Mr Damilola Adebayo, a Cambridge-Africa PhD Scholar, Speaks to Nigerian Students in Lagos

During a field visit to Nigeria, Mr Adebayo had an informative discussion with a group of 100 graduate students at the University of Lagos.Read more 

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Access to Medicines: Addressing Inequities in Recipient Communities

Goylette Chami speaks at the ISNTD on redefining the access to medicines for #NTDs

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Research Horizons Africa Special

Collaboration with Africa

This issue celebrates partnerships that have made Cambridge one of the world’s leading universities for engaging with African Research.Read more 

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Cambridge Global Challenges Round Table

Rayleigh Seminar Room, Maxwell Centre, May 9.30-12.30, application deadline 29th April

CGC Round Tables give Cambridge researchers the opportunity to discuss research relating to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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WGCAC Helminth bioinformatics course 2019

8-13 September, Accra Ghana applications by 9th May 2019

Week-long course for Africa based applicants engaged in relevant research/clinical activities.The course is free to attend. Limited travel bursaries.Read more 

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May 23rd 6.30-8.30 p.m, Please Register

Cancer and Global Health Event

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Biological control of Fall Army Worm

An egg parasitoid, Telenomus remus, could fight the devastation caused by Fall Army Worm that is put...

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Antimicrobial Resistance Genes Identified through Study on Untreated Sewage

A study published in Nature Communications on 8th March has shown how studying genes related to anti...

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About the Cambridge-Africa programme

Established in 2008, Cambridge-Africa is an umbrella programme at the University of Cambridge that comprises a range of proactive, coordinated, multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary initiatives in Cambridge and Africa that help to strengthen research capacity and scholarship in African universities and research institutes.

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