Women Named in ‘Black Inventors: Crafting Over 200 Year of Success’

Did you know that Ivory Coast’s Cecile Kouassi (pictured above) invented the process for stabilizing and reconstituting fresh attieke, a staple in the country? Did you know that Christine Nare from Burkina Faso invented the process of producing wines from local cereals? A new book documents black inventors from around the world and highlights the women inventors recognized by the World Intellectual Property Organization.