Science and technology in higher education


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Science and technology in higher education

On the sidelines of a high-level forum on Higher Education for Science, Technology and Innovation in Africa, the World Bank's Makhtar Diop, Vice President for its Africa Region, says we must increase the numbers of students in Africa graduating with degrees in science, technology and mathematics.



Makhtar Diop

World Bank’s Vice President for Infrastructure

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Nwiwiri Michael
March 15, 2014

are several science,technology and mathematic graduates on the street
in Nigeria, It has to do with how society use these graduates to
advanced standard of living. These students can't do much on their own.