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Important paradigm shift
(1) ASN rejects the use of the term " BRAIN DRAIN”; instead it will use   "BRAIN MISMANAGEMENT"
(2) ASN 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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"Space weather and its effects on Spacecraft"

  Cairo, Egypt, October 5-9, 2008




Emeritus Prof Alex Animalu will be 70 by August 28, 2008. An international seminar is being organized as a tribute to him at Abuja, Nigeria, from August 26 - 28, 2008. Please see the announcement at: http://physicsworld.com/cws/event/12829 or visit directly the event site: http://www.niss-edu.net/ne.html
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Dr. Lake Marial Asfaw, Director of the famous Geophysical Observatory at Addis Ababa University will receive the most prestigious Life Time International Award from the American Geophysical Union. For more details please go to Ethiopian Physical Society International. Please click here to  sign this guest book to cogratulate Dr. Lake




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