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AfricArXiv 12h
Could you spread the word around this? >> we can use this to initiate a wider collaboration effort
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African Science Literacy Network 7h
Interesting read! If you want to know how approaches could help in the current pandemic, read this article by , and . Also check our page for more on such approaches.
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TReND in Africa 11h
Fighting this pandemic will be harder in countries where science is not taking seriously. This is what our Outreach Coordinator is talking on his article below.
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Dr. Munira Raji 9h
Interesting article about scientific research and science communication in Nigeria by Dr "To solve our science problems, we must make the investment to equip Nigerian laboratories with modern research tools and support scientists with grants for research"
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Science Comm Hub Nigeria Apr 5
-19: Time to take science seriously, By Dr Mahmoud Bukar Maina via
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Science Comm Hub Nigeria Apr 5
Join us for this webinar in an hour's time: “Safeguarding emotional and psychological wellbeing in the face of the pandemic”. Cc: Time: 07:00 PM (Nigerian Time), today April 5, 2020 (Sunday). Join via:
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Science Comm Hub Nigeria Apr 5
People deny scientific facts all the time when facing up to them is the more fearsome option. But is real whether we accept it or not, and denying it harms the whole of human society"
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more susceptible to coronavirus () US researchers find
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Science Comm Hub Nigeria Apr 3
Nature Medicine summarizes all the research you need to know this week to keep on top of how science is responding to the pandemic.
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Science Comm Hub Nigeria Apr 3
in Igbo language - Iṅu Mmiri na ekpotu ọkụ agwakotara ya na mmanụ Robb anaghị egbu Coronavirus (COVID-19)
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Bill Gates Apr 2
Replying to @BillGates
If we make the right decisions now—informed by science, data and the experience of medical professionals—we can save lives and get the country back to work. You can read more about my thoughts on on my blog.
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Science Comm Hub Nigeria Apr 2
The Coronavirus Pandemic Highlights The Importance Of Scientific Expertise
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Science Comm Hub Nigeria Apr 2
Ìmò Nípa Àìsàn Kòkòrò Àífójurí Kòrónà (). explainer in .
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Science Comm Hub Nigeria Apr 2
on by in Hausa: SHAWARA GA JAMA'A MASU SHACI FADI AKAN CUTAR MURAR MASHAKO CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
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Science Comm Hub Nigeria Apr 2
Hausa : SHAN RUWAN DUMI HADE DA ROBB BA YA KASHE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
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AfricArXiv Apr 2
Your info portal for Africa:
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AfricArXiv Apr 2
Our partners & work with scientists & journalists to produce sound newspaper articles: Together we are calling for science-based short video messages in local languages:
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African Science Literacy Network Apr 1
To raise awareness and dispel misconceptions about coronavirus (), we have launched a dedicated page in collaboration with & to produce contents in different languages. .
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