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Africa and COVID-19

By Chidi Oguamanam As an African and a Canadian, I inhabit an observatory. I am a resident in two worlds...

My First Week of COVID-19 in Town: a Week with More Transformations than I...

By Bertha Vallejo I am an Open AIR QES Fellow with the University of Johannesburg, currently in The Netherlands,...
Clarence Lakpini

Meet our New and Emerging Researchers Group

Open AIR’s New and Emerging Researchers Group (NERG) embodies Open AIR’s commitment to the mentorship and development of students and...
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Annual Report 2019

The Open AIR network moved into a new phase of research – we refocused our research questions based on the results of our initial activities and rescoped emerging priorities for our next three years.
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Innovation, connaissances traditionnelles et ressources biologiques, Yaoundé

Par : Abdelhamid Benhmade Le Colloque de Yaoundé, 2019, est organisé par l’Université Catholique d’Afrique Centrale, en partenariat avec l’Institut...

Women in Gungun Share their Experiences in Pottery Making

By Mnena Abuku Pottery is an ancient art in Nigeria and is practiced in different parts of the country. It has...

The potential of STI for inclusive and sustainable development in Africa: Highlights of conferences...

By Wondwossen Belete Late last year, I attended four events concerning science, technology, and innovation...

Gender Equality and Women Empowerment in Southwest States of Nigeria

By Esther Adekunbi Gender equality is a very important issue in today’s world, while also...

Report on the 4th AfricaLics Conference, Tanzania

By Esther Ekong Africa is making her way fearlessly into the global center stage as new models of innovation, aiming...

Inclusive Trade in Africa: The African Continental Free Trade Area in comparative perspective

Four Open AIR Steering Committee members from two different hubs, authored a chapter on the new African Continetal Free Trade Area.