Europe and Africa link up on ICT research

From SciDev.Net's Blog Tue Nov 27 2012, 11:22:24

David Dickson Correspondent, SciDev.Net No-one doubts that information and communication technologies (ICTs) make a substantial contribution to development, even in the poorest countries. Indeed, many have suggested that such technologies are helping developing countries to leap-frog the earlier stages of industrial transformation that the so-called developed countries have each had to pass through, offering a [...]

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