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Important paradigm shift
(1) ASAN rejects the use of the term " BRAIN DRAIN”; instead it will use   "BRAIN MISMANAGEMENT"
(2) ASAN believes that there is no such thing as "AFRICAN DIASPORA". AFRICA IS WHERE AFRICANS ARE.   Therefore Africans will contribute to the development of their continent at any time from any where

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Entrepreneurship for Physicists and Engineers from Developing Countries in Africa,
Cape Town – South Africa, 9 – 13 November 2009

The African Science to Business Challenge (ASBC)


ASAN is now an affiliate of Astronomers without Borders
ASAN is part of the IHY/UNBSSI Developing Nations Program

ASAN is now an affiliate of E-Learning Africa Conference: Members can now register at discouted rate. To take advantage of the reduced fee  Please fillout the ADLA profile form (Click Here)
In less than three working days  you will receive the ADLA discount code. Th
e reduced rate of 220 Euro instead of 270 Euro. Please  Contact Abebe kebede (abkebede@gmail.com) to get more information

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School of Physics in Africa a Biennial School of Fundamental Physics and its Applications in Africa.  This school is intended for students in fundamental physics and young  researchers. We'll provide full coverage of the travel and stay expenses  for the selected students, with a priority for sub-saharan Africans.  The first venue of the school will be in august-september 2010 in South  Africa. Contact: Steve Muanza    Steve.Guy.Mua...@cern.ch

 Science at Synchrotrons event in Pretoria on Feb. 9-13, 2009 (<http://synchrotron.org.za/>)

Africa Institute for Biomedical Research: 2nd Workshop on Pharmacogenetics of Drug Metabolism Nairobi, Kenya
22-26 June 2009
2009 UN BSS & IHY Workshop, Daejeon, Korea  September 21-25









The Objectives of the UN/NASA/ESA/JAXA Workshop on Basic Space Science and the International Heliophysical Year are to discover the physical mechanisms that drive the coupling of Earth’s atmosphere to solar and heliopheric phenomena. The systematic global study of this interaction is to be the central theme of this workshop. In view of these aims, the objectives are:

Advancing our understanding of the heliophysical processes that govern the Sun, Earth,and heliosphere

Continuing the tradition of international research and advancing the legacy on the 50th anniversary of the International Geophysical Year

Demonstrating the beauty, relevance and significance of space and Earth science to the world






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Conferences,  Workshop and  Announcements Endorsed by the African Scientific Network

International Electronic Geophysical Year-Africa

FOURTH COPROMAPH INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Cotonou, Republic of Benin
October 25th – November 7th, 2008

PHYSWARE: A Collaborative Workshop on Low-cost Equipment and Appropriate Technologies that Promote Undergraduate Level, Hands-on Physics Education throughout the Developing World

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IAGA  International Symposium

"Space weather and its effects on Spacecraft"

  Cairo, Egypt, October 5-9, 2008


National Conference on Science. Policy and the Environment
Biodiversity in a Rapidly Changing World December 8-10, 2008 Washington DC


Addis Ababa University International Workshop on New PhD Programs



June 16-19, 2008, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia























































































































































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