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Partnership with the Quantitative Biology Journal (co-owned by Cambridge University Press and John Innes Centre)
We are excited to partner with the Production and Editorial staff of Quantitative Plant Biology (co-owned by Cambridge University Press and John Innes Centre) to co-host a scientific writing and publishing skills webinar to guide African bioscience researchers through the publishing process. We believe that this world-class webinar delivered by top world experts from the highly international reputable publisher and journal will ensure that manuscripts from African researchers have the best impact and outreach.
Recently, we commissioned some of our exceptionally gifted alumni and researchers in African research institutions to co-organise and facilitate the 2021 Reach & Teach Science in Africa plant molecular bio-laboratory training workshop organised in partnership with the Centre for Dryland Agriculture at Bayero University Kano, (Nigeria), Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (Kenya) and the CSIR-Crops Research Institute in Kumasi (Ghana). The workshops involved 80+ participants, facilitators and research support staff all from Africa.
In July 2021, our Foundation partnered with the world-famous University of Cambridge and the renowned Centre for Dryland Agriculture, CDA, Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria to hold the Reach & Teach Science in Africa (hands-on Plant Molecular Bio-Laboratory Training Workshop). The Workshop was facilitated by our fantastic alumni (led by Dr Kabir Umar Mustapha, the Deputy-Director Research at CDA).
It was indeed a great pleasure to partner with the University of Cambridge and the CSIR-Crops Research Institute in Kumasi, Ghana to co-host our hands-on