Africa’s Future Rests On Her Scientists And Innovators

“When Einstein discovered his equation he wasn’t trying to describe the universe. He was just trying to describe gravity. That’s very spooky, that these equations not only describe the universe but they predict phenomena that were unimagined,” said Neil Turok, founder of the African Institute of Mathematical Sciences (AIMS).

Building knowledge economies of citizens highly competent in science and mathematics is the key to African countries achieving the high income status necessary to climb out of poverty and take their place in global network of innovators, Rwandan President Paul Kagame told the NEF Global stakeholders in the Next Einstein Forum Global Gathering 2018. Read more