Recent Research From South Africa is Redefining Our Timeline of Human Evolution

Extreme Autotomy and Whole-Body Regeneration in Photosynthetic Sea Slugs

A Tiny Gold Ball Is the Smallest Object to Have Its Gravity Measured

Farmers Fight Back: Making Animal Feed From A Locust Plague

Covid-19 Vaccines Face A Trust Gap Against Some Traditional African Remedies

Advancing African participation in global and cutting-edge STEM research.

AFRISNET (Africa STEM Network) is an international network of students, professors, and professionals with a common goal of advancing research and scholarship in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) in Africa. We are a nonprofit organization that seeks to increase the overall participation of Africans in global and modern research in STEM.

 

Student Research and Professional Training

 

 

Empowering students from disadvantaged background

 

 

Graduate Application Technical and Financial Assistance

 

 

Promoting Africa-US research collaboration

 

My internship has greatly influenced my decision to join graduate school to pursue my interest. I am currently a graduate student at Indiana University pursuing a PhD in Genome Cell and Developmental Biology

Batula Abdulkarim

Afrisnet/IU-ISURP 2019 Research Intern, Indiana University Bloomington

Participate in the Afrisnet community

If you wish to help in our community, please contact us and let us know the category or categories you prefer.
Thank you for your service!

Afrisnet Store

Help support the Afrisnet mission and show your support with a purchase from the Afrisnet Store! All proceeds will directly support our programs. Our slogan “Ujuzi ni uhuru” is Swahili for “Knowledge is independence”

View all of our available items in the Afrisnet Store >>