African nations urged to invest much more in mathematical study

African nations have been urged to invest heavily in schools so that they can be able to produce large number of mathematicians and scientists to spur the continent’s socio-economic development. “The current situation is appalling as large number of students in our schools across the region is running away from studying mathematics,” said Musabi Chacha, […]

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African nations urged to invest much more in mathematical study

African nations have been urged to invest heavily in schools so that they can be able to produce large number of mathematicians and scientists to spur the continent’s socio-economic development. “The current situation is appalling as large number of students in our schools across the region is running away from studying mathematics,” said Musabi Chacha, […]

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Solving the funding conundrum: A state-university partnership may be the fix that’s needed

In answering the question of how to establish a balance between the developmental agenda and educational objectives, Barry Green of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS), suggested a more robust engagement was needed with political leaders. “We need to be upfront with them, really engage and show what we can do and how we […]

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Next Einstein Forum on the search for 54 of Africa’s top young science and technology ambassadors

If you’re a young African with with a passion for community engagement and a strong track record in the science and technology spaces, then this might pique your interest. The Next Einstein Forum (NEF) has launched the search for fifty-four of Africa’s top young science and technology ambassadors, one from each African country. Click here […]

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AU, AIMS partner to strengthen Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in Africa

The African Union Commission (AUC) and the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at strengthening the teaching and learning of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) on the African continent. The signing took place at the headquarters of the African Union Commission in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. […]

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The AUC and AIMS Sign Agreement to Strengthen the Teaching and Learning of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) In Africa

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, The African Union Commission (AUC) and the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at strengthening the teaching and learning of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) on the African continent. The signing took place at the headquarters of the African Union Commission in Addis Ababa, […]

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AIMS Ghana graduates mathematical science students

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences Ghana has held its 3rd graduation ceremony to award 40 students with master’s degrees in Mathematical Science in Cape Coast. The graduates made up of 12 females and 28 males, eight of whom received Professor Allotey Meritorious award were drawn from 16 African countries. Prof Francis Kofi Ampenyi Alottey, […]

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AIMS Ghana graduates mathematical science students

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences Ghana has held its 3rd graduation ceremony to award 40 students with master’s degrees in Mathematical Science in Cape Coast. The graduates made up of 12 females and 28 males, eight of whom received Professor Allotey Meritorious award were drawn from 16 African countries. Prof Francis Kofi Ampenyi Alottey, […]

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Girls Who Love Math and Science Just Got $25 Million Worth of Good News

Mastercard Foundation announced a major investment that aims to support young African women interested in STEM-related careers. Growing up, Armanda Kouassi’s math and science grades were so high that it seemed a natural fit for her to pursue the science, technology, engineering, or mathematics route. But none of her female classmates was headed down that […]

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Girls Who Love Math and Science Just Got $25 Million Worth of Good News

Mastercard Foundation announced a major investment that aims to support young African women interested in STEM-related careers. Growing up, Armanda Kouassi’s math and science grades were so high that it seemed a natural fit for her to pursue the science, technology, engineering, or mathematics route. But none of her female classmates was headed down that […]

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