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Globally, it is an established fact that Earth science is not as present as other science disciplines (e.g., biology, physics, mathematics). In many African countries, Earth science appears at the end of high-school, if not at the university. This situation represents a major challenge for students selecting Earth related subjects at university level.

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Dr. Josphat Mulwa of the Department of Geology, University of Nairobi, was nominated as a facilitator during the On-site Inspection Regional Introductory Course for the African Region held at Arniston, Western Cape in the Republic of South Africa from 9-18 April 2016.



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The Royal Society’s prestigious Newton International Fellows recently opened for applications (CLOSING DATE 9TH MARCH, 2016).  This scheme is for non-UK early career scientists and it offers them an opportunity to spend two years conducting research in the UK. 



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Ms. Naima Shariff                                     Ms. Beatrice Kagwima



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A team from Total EGP Kenya BV during the stakeholders meeting



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