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Academia-Private Sector Nexus: Towards a New Platform
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Academia-Private Sector Nexus: Towards a New Platform

Presentation by Mike Hughes from Rwanda's Ministry of Education at the CAAST-Net Plus Climate Change Stakeholder Meeting (Bergen, Norway: 7-8 September). [Image credit: CAAST-Net Plus]

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EU-Africa Network Zooms in on Academic Writing for Researchers
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EU-Africa Network Zooms in on Academic Writing for Researchers

http://l.caast-net-plus.org/ci

The Science Conference for Early Career Scientists Working in Africa took place in Ghana’s city of Kumasi on 20 May 2015. SciDev.Net blogger Bernard Appiah, who attended the event, has gathered some of the tips shared by facilitators in a workshop on academic writing targeting early career researchers. The session was organised as part of the Scientists Networked for Outcomes of Water and Sanitation (SNOWS), which consists of nine partner universities including six from Africa and three from Europe. SNOWS has received funding from the UK’s Wellcome Trust. [Image credit: Flickr, Angela]

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Health Research Careers Q&A
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Health Research Careers Q&A

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The Global Health Clinical Trials Programme invites participants to join their online Q&A web page on career development in health research. A panel of international health experts will answer questions on topics ranging from writing covering letters and getting interviewed, to the pros and cons of working in academia and industry. [Image credit: Flickr, Juhan Sonin]

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