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Sixteen African women receive early career fellowships

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Canada-funded awards support scientists in scientifically “lagging” countries

Sixteen African women are among the 25 recipients of the latest Early Career Fellowships from the Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World.

The three-year OWSD fellowships, funded by Canada’s International Development Research Centre, are open to female scientists from 66 scientifically and technologically “lagging” countries, of which 39 are in Africa.

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