Africa: £25,000 Prize for African Engineering Innovation Launched
March 10, 2014 Editor 0
[SciDev.Net]The UK’s Royal Academy of Engineering has launched the first Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation, worth £25,000 for the overall winner, and six months of mentoring, training and support in commercialising for all of the shortlisted innovators.
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