Transdisciplinary model needed to maximise benefits for Africa from astronomy
October 8, 2012 Editor 0
Africa’s history of research into science origins and identity continued to influence the way in which we thought about ourselves and how we conducted our public arguments, said Department of Science and Technology (DST) Minister Naledi Pandor at the National Research Foundation’s Re-emergence of Astronomy in Africa Conference at the Cradle of Humankind on September 10 and 11.
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