This portal showcases events organised by the African Academy of Sciences through its programmes and think tank functions to promote networking, collaboration, policy and advocacy and to showcase research from its grantees.
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2018-08-06 Oxford, UK
The Africa Oxford Initiative..
2018-07-09 Johannesburg, South Africa
It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to Johannesburg, South Africa, for the third AnnualGrantees Meeting (AGM) of the Developing Excellence in Leadership, Training and Science (DELTASAfrica)..
2018-06-11 Nairobi, Kenya
As part of our role to support the strengthening of capacity in community and public engagement, the African Academy of Sciences and Wellcome we organised a capacity strengthening..
2018-06-03 Edinburgh, Scotland
The “Towards a Research Management Programme for Africa and India” Meeting in Edinburgh was scheduled for 3-4 June in Edinburgh, Scotland, to gather input and ideas for the development of a..
2018-05-20 Naivasha, Kenya
The 2018 Learning & Evaluation Meeting in Naivasha, Kenya, provided an opportunity for Grand Challenges programme leads from around the world to come together to further develop public goods and..
2018-03-21 Enttebe, Uganda
The H3Africa Inception was an introductory meeting for the four grantees awarded the Human Heredity and Health in Africa (H3Africa) grants managed through the African Academy of Sciiences (AAS). The..
2018-03-16 Nairobi, Kenya
On March 16, Yale and the African Academy of Sciences (AAS) co-hosted a symposium on university research partnerships in Nairobi, Kenya. “The Power of Partnership in Strengthening University..
2018-02-26 Nairobi, Kenya
The Risk Management Workshop provided risk management training for the African Academy of Sciences staff and the Developing Excellence in Leadership, Training and Science (DELTAS) Africa and the Human..
2018-02-07 Nairobi, Kenya
The African Academy of Sciences held the two-day meeting to bring together a small group of stakeholders to feed into the early development of a research management programme...