SANBio Student Ambassador initiative launched
SANBio Student Ambassador initiative launched
6 October 2015
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Improved health – happy retirement
Improved health – happy retirement
5 October 2015
Namibia, while a beautiful country with five distinct geographical areas, is also the driest country in sub-Saharan Africa. Water is scarce, and the dry climate contributes to limited vegetation, leading to a lack of f...
Real people, real impact
Real people, real impact
5 October 2015
Often times donor agencies come to Africa, invest money in programmes, and when they leave – everything linked to the programmes stops, or so it often seems. Some have argued that such aid does more harm than good. It is often said that it is bett...
Ms Nailoke Pauline Kadhila-Muandingi in the lab
Researching indigenous mushrooms as a means to improve the livelihoods of communities
30 September 2015
The African Union (AU) has declared 2015 as the Year of Women. As part of this appreciation of women in society, the NEPAD Southern Africa Network for Biosciences (SANBio) is profiling women who have used ...
NEPAD hosts Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation of Malaysia to discuss possible collaboration in STI
NEPAD hosts Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation of Malaysia to discuss possible collaboration in STI
21 September 2015
Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation H.E. Datuk Dr Abu Bakar Mohamad Diah, senior government officials from Malaysia and New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) Agency representatives met at the NEPAD-NSTIH in Pretoria, S...
Ms Isabelle Ueitele, RUFORUM Top Upcoming Researcher 2015/16
SANBio Mushroom Node Technologist awarded 2015/16 Top Upcoming Researcher: Congratulations
17 September 2015
The NEPAD Southern Africa Network for Bioscience (SANBio) would like to congratulate SANBio Mushroom Node Technologist Ms Isabella Ueitele who won the 2015/16 ...