Drawing a road map for African science
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CTA. 2003. Drawing a road map for African science. Spore 103. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Barely installed in its new Pretoria offices, the African Union's New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) has started work on a new 'road map' for the future of science on the continent. Designed by a February 2003 meeting of science policy...
Barely installed in its new Pretoria offices, the African Union s New Partnership for Africa s Development (NEPAD) has started work on a new road map for the future of science on the continent. Designed by a February 2003 meeting of science policy advisers, it was described by one participant as a way 'to craft a wider African process on science and technology'. The online Sci.Dev magazine (see Spore 98) has taken up the challenge. With a long, lucid editorial on 24 February headed Gleam of hope for African science? , it spoke of the need for NEPAD to follow participatory science policy development and invited readers to join the process. A discussion forum was due to follow. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.scidev.net/archives/ editorial/comment53.html
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