Zimbabwe students have designed computer software they say can distinguish ordinary pneumonia from the one caused by Covid-19.
COVID-19 has exposed huge inequalities in higher education, which are far higher in Sub-Saharan African countries. The big divide is the lack of reliable access to data, and until data speeds and coverage are equal, the world will still be divided by those who can learn and those who can’t.
TOO EMBARRASSED TO SHARE, BUT BECAUSE I CARE WILL SHARE IT INSTEAD!!#16DaysofActivism
In this Aug. 30, 2012, file photo, people are led on a tour on the campus of Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola, File) In another installment of Harvard University’s legal battle over affirmative action policies, several current and previous students have joined the fray in support of the university. The Harvard Crimson […]
.Is there going to be any change?It’s been almost a year now since I graduated and this has been my daily routine now, I have even accustomed myself to be time ignorant.- via @__LensBlur
by Sineke Sibanda I’m so thrilled that for one of the few times as a country we have been able to construct or rather fix another road other than the common patches that we are used to, when patching potholes which make it hell to drive on anyway. Keep it up minister Joram Gumbo, you […]