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Africa's PhD renaissance
  • Africa's PhD renaissance

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Debate: What is the future of higher education funding in Africa?
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Are fees the best way forward for Nigerian universities?
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South African student politics 40 years after Soweto
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World Bank shifts thinking on African university funding
How universities can boost research uptake
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Link African labs to industry, says Mauritian president
African universities urged to focus on maths
African science drive raises duplication fear
Boost African science with this five-point plan
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Ghanaian academic returns to fill research gaps
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PhDs in Focus: A link between science and business
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Kenyan uncovers antituberculosis plants
Africa Analysis: What a new alliance needs to succeed
The human cost of Africa’s science strategy
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Ghana shares new superlab with West African scientists
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Forging global links to support South African research
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Reforming African universities to transform economies
PhD crisis in Uganda’s private universities
Q&A: Revamping PhD training in Africa
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Bringing African universities to farmers
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PhDs in Focus: Profiting from concrete research networks
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Creating a new generation of African research leaders
Grand vision for an African-owned drive on food security
Building a brighter future for African researchers
Making higher education work for Africa
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PhDs in Focus: South Africa’s pan-African academic appeal
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Changing mind-sets, transforming research
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Q&A: Mariéme Jamme on Africa’s girl coder generation
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Mapping PhD enrolment in Africa
Reshaping African PhDs for development
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PhDs in Focus: Forging a cross-continental research career
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PhDs in Focus: The route from rural Limpopo to a Pretoria PhD
Africa’s young researchers have a long road ahead