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Cambridge Africa Updates

The latest updates from Cambridge Africa and our initiatives.

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International Society of Microbial Electrochemistry and Technology (ISMET) conference highlights need for greater engagement with African researchers

Written by Tonny I Okedi, C-A Scholar, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge This October, I headed to the island of Okinawa, Japan, for the 7th biennial conference of the...

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Passion pushes me to the laboratory at University of Cambridge

Written by Agnes Nyabigambo, PhD Candidate, Makerere University. Cervical cancer (CC) is the 2nd most common cancer. An estimated 119,284 new cases occur every year in Sub Saharan Africa.

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Her Majesty visits NIAB and hears about cowpea transformation

Written by Alison Bentley.

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THRiVE

Respiratory medicine, meningitis, mosquitoes... a THRiVE experience!

Written by Dr Robin Gore, Adult Respiratory Clinician, Cambridge University Hospitals. I recently travelled with colleagues from Cambridge to the THRiVE AGM in Kampala.

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Uganda Cancer Institute Team visits Cambridge

Written by Dr Jackson Orem, Executive Director Uganda Cancer Institute. A team from Uganda Cancer Institute (UCI), Kampala, Uganda visited University of Cambridge from 9th - 31st May 2019.

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Ugandan cancer researchers spend the summer at CRUK Cambridge Institute

Written by Henry Wannume and Paul Katongole.

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DELTAS Annual Meeting 2019, Dakar, Senegal

 Written by Corinna Alberg. This July the DELTAS (Developing Excellence in Leadership, Training and Science) Africa programme held its annual meeting in Dakar, Senegal.

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Seven Cambridge University PhD students participated in the Africa Science Week (ASW) in Niger

The Next Einstein Forum’s Africa Science Week is Africa’s annual celebration of science and technology with thousands of individuals – from students to scientists to technologists – actively engaging in coordinated science events across the continent.

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