EU Strategy for Particle Physics and the art of a Global view without the African continent

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An opinion from two physicists attending the update of the EU strategy symposium at Granada, May 13-16, 2019  The scientific community of particle physics got together in four-day symposium to review and discuss contributions to the European strategic vision for research and development in the field. Although initiated by the particle physics community of Europe, with...
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Farm Connect

May 13, 2019By
The company name is Farm connect energy limited, we deal in the fabrication of wind turbines and selling of agriculture products. The products are in the testing stage. In order to deal with the over dependency on rain water, lack of farming actives in the dry season and excess to the market by farmers we...
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Sunbox

May 13, 2019By
Globally, 1.5 billion people at the Base-of-the-Pyramid (BoP) have no access to electricity. The majority lives in rural, remote areas of the world’s poorest nations. 598 million people in Africa have no access to electricity. Nigeria has 28.9 million households in which 82.1% of the households don’t have access to electricity from the grid while...
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EcoNexus Ventures is a social enterprise with the mission of transforming the consumer goods industry into less wasteful, more restorative and resilient industry. Using climate-smart technologies, EcoNexus Ventures converts waste streams into customized environmentally friendly resources like: (I) Low carbon biofuels from biomass and agricultural waste, (II) Industrial grade fuel oil from plastic wastes and...
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Energy Bio Foods is a social enterprise founded in 2019 that provides livestock farmers and farmers with energy dependence through the management and methanisation of organic waste. EBF’s mission is to enable all communities to grow through innovation and technology. EBF specializes in anaerobic digestion, design, production, distribution and installation of biodigesters. Contribute simultaneously to...
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Our program is now online. Register now for our next conference. The Sharing Knowledge Foundation is holding its annual conference at the European Nuclear Research Center (CERN) in Geneva June 7th to 8th 2019. This event will bring together over 100 scientists, innovators, business and policy leaders, as well as young STEM leaders from Europe, the...
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François Piuzzi shares with us an article on science popularization published in the journal The Conversation. Science popularization is essential step for the development of sciences. The author Julien Bobroff (Physicist, Professeur des Universités, Université Paris Sud – Université Paris-Saclay) is a young researcher who moderates a site on popularization called  “quantum made simple“ which proposes activities on...
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Philippe Delleur shares with us an interesting article on income inequality in sub-Saharan Africa published by UNDP and edited by Ayodele Odusola, Giovanni Andrea Cornia, Haroon Bhorat and Pedro Conceição. Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) recorded a remarkable economic performance in the first 15 years of the 21st Century. Such an encouraging trend, which reversed the stagnation...
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Our expert Alison Parker draws our attention on two interesting articles: Imagining a Sewerless Society: The sewered sanitation systems we have in Europe are great for allowing us to flush the toilet handle and forget about our waste, trusting in an invisible treatment system to ensure it doesn’t pollute our environment or cause us to...
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According to Deloitte, despite a slowdown of growth, the infrastructure sector in Africa remained dynamic in 2016 with 286 projects (with individual value above US$ 50 million) under construction, for a total value of US$ 324 Bn. Transport projects represent one third of them, for a total value of US$ 62.8 Bn. See below the...
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