January 29, 2013 Editor 0
Nature Biotechnology 31, 10 (2013).
Author: Linda Nordling
The US National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the London-based charity Wellcome Trust launched a new initiative designed to bolster Africa’s genomics research capacity. The Human Heredity and Health in Africa (H3Africa) scheme announced on October 8 is a $38-million, five-year project aimed at studying diseases that affect the continent’s people.
- Dirty to drinkable
- Ancient wisdom boosts sustainability of biotech cotton
- Feeding Africa: Why Biotechnology Sceptics are Wrong to Dismiss GM
- Leap-frogging in African Agriculture: The Case of Genetically Modified Crops
- Biotechnologies at Work for Smallholders: Case Studies from Developing Countries in Crops, Livestock and Fish
- Crowd-funded micro-grants for genomics and an actionable idea connecting small (artisan) science, infrastructure science, and citizen philanthropy.
Subscribe to our stories
- The Strategic Role of Design in Driving Digital Innovation June 10, 2021
- Correction to: Hybrid mosquitoes? Evidence from rural Tanzania on how local communities conceptualize and respond to modified mosquitoes as a tool for malaria control June 10, 2021
- BRIEF FOCUS: Optimal spacing for groundnuts in smallholder farming systems June 9, 2021
- COVID-19 pandemic: impacts on the achievements of Sustainable Development Goals in Africa June 9, 2021
- Explicit knowledge networks and their relationship with productivity in SMEs May 30, 2021