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TechWomen Is Now Accepting Applications for 2014 Program!

TechWomen: Professional Mentorship and Exchange Program – 2014 Application Now Open!
Apply now for the 2014 TechWomen Program!

Women from Africa and the Middle East will participate in the fall 2014 TechWomen program, which includes mentorships and professional exchanges at leading companies in Silicon Valley, California, and concludes with workshops, networking events and meetings in Washington, DC.

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COVIDSET 2013 concluded in partnership with the University of Botswana

 
COVIDSET 2013, the fifth Conference of Vice Chancellors, Provosts, Deans of Science, Engineering and Technology, was concluded at the Gaborone International Convention Centre (GICC), in partnership with the University of Botswana. It brought together more than 150 participants among them Ministers, Vice Chancellors, Deans, Heads of Department, Private sector and Development Partners in Africa and the Diaspora.  
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- COVIDSET 2013 Programme and Books of Abstracts (Download)
- Conference Photo Gallery
- Livestream link with an archive of some of the presentations during the plenary sessions. - (Access on )
- Presentations made during the Conference (Click Here)
- ANSTI presentation pdf version 1mb (View)
- ANSTI presentation interactive version 11mb (View)
View COVIDSET Previous Reports
 
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DUT postdoctoral Fellow position: Agricultural production modelling

Keywords: computational modelling
Institute of Systems Science, Durban University of Technology, South Africa.

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CAS-TWAS President’s Fellowship Programme: For PhD Candidates from Developing Countries

Open for Applications
Introduction
According to a new agreement between the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and the Academy of Sciences for the developing world (TWAS), up to 140 students/scholars per year from the developing world will be sponsored to travel to China for up to four years’ of PhD study and research.

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Fourth interdisciplinary summer school on geoengineering Solar Radiation Management: Exploring uncertainties and trade-offs. (August 5-9, 2013)

As part of an annual series of interdisciplinary summer schools, Harvard University, Heidelberg University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology are jointly organizing a summer school on Solar Radiation Man-agement (SRM). SRM is a set of proposals to reduce the impacts of climate change by means such as sulfate aerosol injection or marine cloud brightening. Read more ...

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