The Algerian Minister of Health recently revealed that an agreement has been reached between his ministry and two world-class American universities, Harvard and Northwestern, to train Algerian students as part of the government’s plans to establish Algeria as a biotechnology hub by 2020. Read More
Innovation Prize for Africa is an annual award co-founded by the Africain Innovation Foundation and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa to mobilise and honour the achievements of African innovators and entrepreneurs who deliver market oriented solutions for African-led development. Inspire Magazine spoke with Zeinou Abdelyamine, the winner of the 2012 IPA Runner Up prize about his winning invention, work and future plans. Read More
Science fairs and festivals are one of the platforms where scientists and engineers share their endeavours, cutting edge technology and the latest exciting research findings with the general public. The aim is often to engage the public to enhance their understanding of science, but also to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers. Read More
Research field(s): Tissue engineering, drug delivery and regenerative medicine.
Thesis title: An in situ Solidifying Injectable Scaffold Delivering BMP2 for Bone Regeneration.
Supervisor: Prof. Kevin Shakesheff Read More
Just over a year ago, a group of junior Algerian researchers and practitioners met at the Waterloo Campus of King’s College London to attend the fifth general meeting of the Algerian Postgraduates in the UK network. On the agenda was an open discussion to explore the future directions of this informal network which, since its establishment in 2007, has focused on nurturing and serving its young community in the UK. Read More