The Nairobi Research Buzz: Sharing Research on New Technologies & Communications

From *iHub_ Wed Jan 23 2013, 03:26:39

iHub Research is launching a new seminar series exploring the Technological, Economic, Political and Social Implications of New Technologies and Communications in Kenya, East Africa and the World. The seminar has two key objectives: 1) To give researchers helpful feedback on their own projects 2) To bring researchers working in disparate fields and sectors together [...]

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