‘Young people cannot take up the role of intermediary free of charge, nor should they be expected to,’ Sylvestre Ouédraogo, president of the Yam Pukri Association in Burkina Faso.
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The Mbendjele Pygmies of the Republic of Congo are working together with an international logging company to help protect their forest environment. Using handhel......
FEATURED Theme: Issue no. 72 - Open access & open data
Today’s ICT-driven world provides new opportunities for scientists to leverage open data to create important breakthroughs....
Modern science relies on data – lots of data that are complex and diverse. Open science – scientific results, the data that feed them, the software that sits be.....
Open access initiatives in Africa are helping countries there face development challenges....
Open access publishing can help spread knowledge and move science forward....
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