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PRESS RELEASE One year after announcing its intentions to lead in the rapidly growing market for intelligent workload management, Novell has shipped more than 12...

Uganda’s science to go ‘from policy to action’

Uganda came a step closer to creating a fully-fledged science, technology and innovation (ST&I) strategy this month, as it launched a process for...

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As many as 120 million households in Africa will be living off-grid by 2015, creating one of the world's largest markets for portable...

TECHNOLOGY: IRIN’s pick of the year – 2010

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Research on ICT for development ‘lacks African voice’

African academics are being left behind in the rush to research how communication technologies can help development, according to a review of papers...

Indian Firm To Train Ghanaians In IT

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Indigenous knowledge degree combines arts and sciences

The first comprehensive degree in African indigenous knowledge, combining natural and social sciences, will start in South Africa next year. The Bachelor of Indigenous...

Question Box brings world of information to villagers

A project to enable rural people, many of them illiterate, to get whatever question they want answered has been deemed a success by its...

Launch of Global Innovation through Science and Technology

Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs Dr. Kerri-Ann Jones is participating in the launch of a Global Innovation...

Egyptian climate change atlas sparks debate

Claims that climate change will leave 4,000 square kilometres of Egypt under water and ten per cent of the population homeless have led...

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