Amref Health Africa ramps up Jibu – Swahili for “answer” – a mobile nursing education app with support from the Elsevier Foundation
Annual award recognizes early-career researchers from developing countries
Partnerships will focus on innovation in health information, research ecosystems, and nurse faculty leadership
2015’s Atlas Award-winning articles tackle e-waste recycling, food and water security, ebola – and an app to detect epilepsy
Elsevier contributed £100,000 to Cancer Research UK’s ‘Create the Change’ campaign to establish the UK’s new Francis Crick Institute for biomedical research
Portable libraries are bringing books – and a love for reading – to remote communities in Zanzibar and beyond
Maureen Fondo, Senior Legal Officer at COSOTA, on copyright awareness in Tanzania
Dr. Leonard Mboera, Editor of the Tanzanian Journal of Health Research, on publishing research, building networks and accessibility of research
How a science library in Zimbabwe is using donated books to rebuild its collection
Walter Bgoya on Tanzania’s reading culture and a new consortium of academic publishers
As an editor, finding hidden gems requires dedication and collaboration, no matter where you are
Tanzanian scientists are passionate about research despite lack of funding and encounters with predatory journals
Research4Life’s HINARI program awarded Medical Library Association medal
Watch a video of this year’s winners, and find out how to nominate researchers for 2016
In Cape Town, scientists, gender scholars and policymakers will discuss how to build Africa’s future with science that is inclusive of women
Volunteers travel to Tanzania to give workshops for Elsevier’s Publishers Without Borders project
Winners of the Elsevier Foundation Awards for Women Scientists in the Developing World overcome major challenges in their pursuit of math and physics
The five early-career researchers in physics and math are from Nigeria, Sudan and Vietnam
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