The AESA in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has launched the Grand Challenges Africa programme.
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Scientists at the Imperial College London and DNA Electronics (DNAe) have developed an HIV test on a USB stick which accurately detects the virus.
A global, secure cloud-based data marketplace will provide researchers and clinicians with diverse data to accelerate solutions for cardiovascular diseases.
17 South African medical technology entrepreneurs will travel to the US as part of the Discovery Entrepreneurs MedTech Silicon Valley Programme.
Zipline has raised $25 million in Series B funding to expand its operations across Africa and other global markets.
The SAMRC and the CSIR have developed the UmbiFlow hand held device to assess blood flow in the umbilical cord of unborn babies.
Praekelt.org in partnership with Facebook is looking to partner with 100 software developers and social change organisations.
The UN has recognised Tigo, UNICEF Ghana and Ghana’s Births and Deaths Registry for their automated birth registration system.
Infectious diseases, women’s health and empowering women in research will be the focus of the 2nd UNESCO-Merck Africa Research Summit (UNESCO-MARS).
As part of World Prematurity Day, the Health Minister will showcase eHealth solutions implemented by the NDoH designed to promote maternal health.
There will be a knowledge exchange meeting in Rwanda in early 2017 to discuss how to bring about healthcare provider practice change in LMIC.