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06/12/17

Weather updates twice a day as apps transform farming

Twice a day, Douglas Adjei receives a phone call giving the weather forecasts at his farm in southern Ghana.

Feature:

20/11/17

Q&A: Africa needs to lead on the ‘quantum revolution

… Thierry Zomahoun argues that African countries are well placed to seize the next technological revolution. …

News:

11/08/17

Africa’s data revolution probed in UN-backed report

… First edition of biennial report surveys ‘data ecosystems’ and outlines challenges in using data to boost development. …

Opinion:

08/06/17

Open data is about people, not just innovation

… True change will come if we stop treating data as a techie bolt-on and reach marginalised groups, says Ana Brandusescu. …

Opinion:

23/05/17

How S&T and finance together boost Africa’s agriculture

Private sector investments need to build on a foundation of science and innovation, writes Paul Boateng.

SciDev.Net at large:

22/09/16

Cancer in poor countries: Too big to tackle?

Governments face an uphill battle to control cancer. Simple messages and basic capabilities can help.

Feature:

13/07/16

Tech for peace: Facts and figures

Data collected using ICTs can highlight tensions and offer early warnings Information shared …

Analysis blog:

04/02/16

South Asia Analysis: Digital age needs analogue base

South Asia’s recent ICT gains are impressive, but to bridge the gap calls for more action, says Nalaka Gunawardane.

Editorials:

28/12/15

Editor’s picks: Opinions and special features in 2015

Read about the ten pieces that did most to challenge and reflect on the most relevant global issues this year.

Feature:

10/12/15

Best of 2015: Analysis on Ebola, conflict and refugees

How our analysis blogs dug into the big issues of the year, including ATM-style units to report sexual violence.

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