Sydney said something the other day that really stuck with me.
She was sitting on the couch by the window in our studio at AIB, and she had that super reflective thinking face she gets sometimes (a lot of the time actually). 2,180 more words
Research teams in Ivory Coast, Kenya, Senegal and Uganda have been given a further £21 million through the DELTAS Africa initiative, which will support world class health research and help train the next generation of African scientists. 182 more words
Diagnosing and treating mental health conditions is a huge challenge in low and middle income countries, where resources are scarce. Dr Dixon Chibanda is a Wellcome researcher at the University of Zimbabwe, and has a DELTAS Africa award to tackle the gap in provision for mental health disorders in sub-Saharan Africa. 557 more words
Most rivers comparatives look like stylized column graphs, where the rivers are scaled down and function as columns indicating length. Column graphs certainly lend themselves nicely to comparing lengths of rivers and at the time comparative views were popular, … 455 more words
Today the Wellcome Trust, in partnership with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, launches a new program for early career scientists who have trained in the UK or US but want to continue their research in country outside the G7. 609 more words