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Title: Science Africa : Africa's leading publication on science innovation and development; vol. 14 January-February 2011
Authors: Owuor, Otula
Keywords: AFRICA
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
INNOVATION
AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
MEDICAL RESEARCH
PUBLIC HEALTH
RADIO BROADCASTING
Date: 2011
Publisher: ScienceAfrica, Nairobi, KE
Abstract: “African nations risk giving investors access to large areas of land in rushed, secretive and one-sided deals that fail to deliver real benefits or create new social and environmental problems, according to the first ever legal analysis of contracts.” Experts and their research are featured in Science Africa journal, with current analysis and commentary in all fields of scientific research in Africa, such as the above excerpt from an article on the topic of land concentration. Healthcare, innovation, policy, agriculture, climate change and research networks are some of the subjects of ongoing study, dissemination, and feedback.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/46622
Project Number: 104490
Project Title: Effects of Radio on Perception of Agricultural Biotechnology in Africa
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License: MGC signed post January 2008 - copyright statement required on document
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