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Science & Technology

Africa & Innovation

This brief note takes a look at innovation and emerging economics in Africa. Rockefeller Foundation is situated in Nairobi, Kenya, and serves as the focal point for its work in the sub-Saharan region. Kenyan stock market is very vibrant, and in 2019 Africa would be a good bet for growth in stock markets. M-Pesa, an avatar (not to be confused with James Cameroon’s

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IFC enables solar mini-grid program in the DRC

Sylvain Kakou, IFC’s Country Manager for Central Africa. “Championing the power sector in Africa is crucial to spur development, and the private sector will be front and center of that drive.” [ihc-hide-content ihc_mb_type=”show” ihc_mb_who=”4″ ihc_mb_template=”2″ ] IFC Enables Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) In a public-private partnership, IFC, in collaboration with the Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC),

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High Speed Railways Economics

This article elaborates on the importance of the high-speed rail network in the US and policies for raising capital for infrastructure spending. [ihc-hide-content ihc_mb_type=”show” ihc_mb_who=”4″ ihc_mb_template=”2″ ]   The section includes a brief documentary on the subject matter and its tremendous positive social impact on society.  First, a high-speed railway network will reduce greenhouse emissions and builds on five sustainable development

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Understanding Journey of Humans

  “You and I, in fact, everyone all over the world, we’re all African under the skin; Brothers and sisters separated by a mere 2,000 generations. Old fashioned concepts of race are not only socially divisive but scientifically wrong. It’s only when we’ve fully taken this on board that we can say with any conviction that the journey our ancestors

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UNESCO Science Report Gender Parity

UNESCO Science Report is a leading publication that discusses the interaction of science, its transition towards a greener, digitally connected society, and public policy. The world has made critical progress in the last few years as digitalization and technology penetrate our lives. But has the technology created an inclusive society? How has gender parity been measured over these years? How are

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“The middle Road nominated as a top startup in 2020” by The Startup Pill

“Look again at that dot. That’s here. That’s home. That’s us. On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives……. To me, it underscores our responsibility to deal more kindly with one another, and to preserve and cherish the pale blue dot, the only home we’ve

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Black Holes and Nobel Prize

John Wheeler’s famous comment “John Wheeler “Black holes have no hair” on Black Holes might have set the ball rolling that information within these infinitely densely packed invisible objects is lost forever. However, over the years, the view about Black Holes is changing with significant contributions by scientists. Three laureates won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 2020 for their discoveries

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Venus farts life on Earth

The scientific community stunned the world when they detected possible fingerprints of life on planet Venus. [ihc-hide-content ihc_mb_type=”show” ihc_mb_who=”4″ ihc_mb_template=”2″ ][/ihc-hide-content] The presence of a biosignature Phosphine (PH3) gas, an obnoxious chemical found in farts and feces, signals the origins of pathways to life. Venus, named after the Roman Goddess of love and beauty and the second brightest natural object after the

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COVID-19 Update

  “The world is a fine place and worth fighting for and I hate very much to leave it.” Ernest Hemingway Global COVID-19 cases increased past 27 million as the pandemic continues to create havoc. India is now the second-largest country with the most novel coronavirus cases and the pandemic’s epicenter. The combined novel coronavirus cases of the US, India,

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Podcast Episode 11: Gireendra Kasmalkar & Enabling Digital Transformation for Social Impact

# Summary Enabling Digital Transformation for Social Impact+ This feature is based on the podcast with Mr. Gireendra Kasmalkar “Giri”, the Founding Director and CEO of Ideas to Impacts Innovations Pvt. Ltd., Lead Investor and General Partner at Pentathlon Ventures and Owner of the Ideas to Impacts Hub. I had a conversation with Gireendra on how technology is enabling a

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