Canada is helping to find the next Einstein in Africa

$20 million is going toward high-level training in scientific and technical fields through the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences.

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South African physicist Neil Turok conducts a Soliton experiment with students from the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences.
Naser Faruqui
Published: Wednesday, 10/03/2012 12:00 am EDT

 

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