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One of the first female editors of the African Journal Partnership Program reflects on the challenges and milestones Dr. Lucinda Manda-Taylor of the University of Malawi became one of the first women to serve as Editor-in-Chief of the Malawi Medical […]

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Medical search engine lets doctors and nurses find evidence-based answers while treating patients Pediatric Residents Toua Xiong Gniachue, MD, Phengphet Keobouapha, MD, and Dorkeo Bouapao, MD, access HINARI for the first time at Mahosot Hospital in Vientiane, Lao PDR. Whether […]

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The Elsevier Foundation partners with Imperial to support a high-tech makerspace next to the college Makers in action: Students build a spectrometer out of Legos at the Imperial College of London. White City is characterized as among the 10 percent […]

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Early-career researchers from Bangladesh, Ecuador, Ghana, Indonesia and Sudan honored for their work in engineering sciences Boston, February 16, 2017 Five researchers have been named winners of the 2017 Elsevier Foundation Awards for Early-Career Women Scientists in the Developing World for […]

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For many teens, seeing a 3D printer build, layer by layer, the design they just completed on a nearby laptop is an awe-inspiring experience. These days, members of Imperial College London’s outreach team, armed with 3D printers and robots, are […]

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Exploring science and health professions helps children in underprivileged neighborhoods expand possibilities Sumala Heinze still remembers the day she learned about the Weekend School in her fifth-grade class. After school, she dashed home to get her mother’s signature on the […]

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by Alison Bert Asking a child “what do you want to be when you grow up” is a common enough question. The answer they give, however, is often shaped by their experience of the world. For children from underprivileged backgrounds, […]

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Immersing children in the world of science and medicine “Nurse, pass me the scissors please,” asks Aysha, 10 years old, professionally stretching out his arm to receive the instrument. When he grows up he wants to be “a foot doctor,” […]

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Apply for the Elsevier – TWAS Sustainability Visiting Expert Program until September 1st! The program aims to provide institutions and research groups in developing countries, especially those with limited outside contacts, with the opportunity to establish long-term links with world […]

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INASP/Research4Life contest highlights critical role of doctors, researchers and librarians in advocating for an evidence-based policy To highlight the critical role that doctors, researchers, librarians and policymakers play in advocating their leaders to support research in their institutions and countries, […]

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Why are women’s innovations so important in the developing world? It is well known that women generally take fewer STEM courses than men in college and that the numbers of women in science tend to taper off the further up […]

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Have you ever seen an operation room from the inside? Or wanted to understand how a hospital works without actually being sick? On June 5th, eight Elsevier colleagues joined the IMC Weekend School and a group of 40 kids during […]