Du 26 au 28 mars 2018 se tient au Rwanda le Next Einstein Forum, événement consacré aux plus prometteurs jeunes chercheurs africains. Avec un double enjeu : celui de la transmission, et plus particulièrement de l'éducation. Par Sarah Sermondadaz

Le Président Macky Sall est attendu ce mardi 27 mars 2018 à Kigali où il prendra part à la deuxième édition du Next Einstein Forum (NEF). Par Diedhiou Thieydakar

The partner states for the East African Community have been asked to lobby their respective governments to ensure that their citizens wear African fabrics to work instead of suits. By Stephen Otage

Mgr Banshimiyubusa Gervais, nouveau Archevêque de Bujumbura, en lieu et place de Mgr Ngoyagoye Evariste

President Paul Kagame has acknowledged that the gender gap in science subjects is a global phenomenon but warned that should not be an excuse to accept it. By Dan Ngabonziza

Le ministre rwandais de l’Education, Dr Eugene Mutimura, salue la vision de son pays qui accorde une grande importance à l’innovation. Par AFP

The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business has joined the Mastercard Foundation Hanga Ahazaza initiative, which is dedicated to increasing economic opportunities for youth in Rwanda while enhancing access to financial services and training so small tourism and hospitality sector enterprises can expand. In Cornell Chronicle

Africa's scientists and innovators descend on Kigali, Rwanda, for the Next Einstein Forum Global Gathering 2018 set to be held on 26 - 28 March 2018. The three-day forum brings together over 1200 leading scientists, policymakers, business leaders, civil society leaders and entrepreneurs to showcase Africa's contributions to the global scientific endeavor and how this impacts Africa's transformation. By AMA