Cambridge researchers have long worked with African colleagues on issues that matter not just to the continent but to the world.

Body Map

What do we think we are?

20 March 2009

Would you like to hear sounds from deep within the body, consider the similarities between a funeral sculpture and the structure of DNA, or...

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Revitalising research in Africa

01 September 2007

Following recent funding from the Leverhulme Trust, a new programme of academic exchange kicks off in October in the Centre of African Studies, as...

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Trachoma testing in a Masai tribe community

Two worlds, same needs, one solution

01 April 2007

A new test meets the diagnostic needs of resource-poor settings in both worlds.

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Civic education in progress

Fallacies of Freedom Talk in Africa

01 October 2006

Talk of hard-won freedom can be a threat to the very freedoms being celebrated. Harri Englund, a University Lecturer in the Department of Social...

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