China, Africa sign cooperation agreements in agriculture, water treatmentThe AAS, the highest academic institution in Africa, signed several cooperation agreements with Chinese...View more
Promoting Research Opportunities for Biochemists in Africa - PROBio-AfricaThe long-term objective of this program is to foster cooperation between the FASBMB, the IUBMB, and the FEBS ...View more
AAS ED,Dr. Peggy Oti-Boateng and AGRA President,Dr.Agnes KalibataThe meeting between AAS ED, Dr. Peggy Oti-Boateng and AGRA President, Dr. Agnes Kalibata to discuss mobilizing the full spectrum of STI to advance food security systems in Africa.View more
The African Academy of Sciences (AAS) is a non-aligned, non-political, not-for-profit Pan-African organization headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, with a hosting agreement with the government of Kenya. The AAS’ vision is to see transformed lives on the African continent through science. It is the only continental Academy in Africa enjoying the support and recognition of the African Union, as well as several governments and major international partners.
It has a tripartite mandate: to recognize excellence through its highly prestigious fellowship and award schemes; to provide advisory and think tank functions for shaping the continent’s Science, Technology, and Innovation (STI) strategies and policies; and to implement key STI programs aimed at addressing Africa’s developmental challenges.
AAS Fellow Professor Rajeev Varshney was part of the eighty outstanding researchers, innovators, and ...
It is with a great deal of sadness that the African Academy of Sciences (AAS) has received news of the passing of Professor Edward Ayensu