Africa: Student Inventors Win U.S. Funds to Bring Ideas to Market
September 23, 2013 Editor 0
[SciDev.Net]Devices to detect malaria and fake medicines, and a mobile phone trade service for farmers in remote areas are among the innovations whose inventors have been awarded funding and support from a US organisation that helps student entrepreneurs get their ideas to market.
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