2015 News

Promoting Science Education in Freetown, Sierra Leone 2014

The award ceremony for the 3rd Annual Science Education Workshop organised by partners from the University of Cambridge UK, the Bannerman Education Foundation, UK and the University of Sierra Leone is scheduled to take place at the Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone on the 16th January 2015. Highlights of the workshop to include [...]

Science Education Workshop 2013, Freetown, Sierra Leone

The concept for the 2013 workshop is intended to introduce Secondary school students to the exciting world of design and engineering, give them a hands-on, inquiry-based experience, identifying and designing creative solutions to everyday problems, especially as it relates to their socio-economic environment. Students would be expected to apply scientific knowledge to fundamental design and [...]

Science Education Workshop 2012 – Sierra Leone

The first Science Education workshop in Sierra Leone, West Africa was organized by Bridget Bannerman-Chukualim, Schlumberger Faculty for the Future Fellow and PhD student, Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge, 24 to 26 April 2012. …Read more

Introduction to Science Resources Africa

Science Resources Africa is a new initiative to enhance the availability of scientific resources to the African Community. The economic and social development of sub-Saharan Africa could be significantly enhanced with a continuous and sustained build of capacity in science and technology in the communities.

This is an absolute necessity if Sub-Saharan Africa is to play a pivotal role in intensifying research efforts to combat diseases that plague the region and in fostering a way ahead in the economic development of affected communities. One way to achieve this is to develop capacity in science and technology by promoting cutting edge science education amongst the youth of those communities.

Goals of Science Resources Africa

1.    Capacity build of Science and Technology in sub-Saharan Africa
2.    Effective Science Communication within the African community
3.    Engaging science in the community

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