The African Science Literacy Network (ASLN) is a partnership between scientists and journalists that supports more accurate science communication to the general population. Our Fellows work together to raise awareness about the importance of science to our lives, society and its future, dispel science misconceptions and raise the profile of African research. This work helps to bridge the gap between science, society and policy, which we believe will help to facilitate the rise of Africa as a science superpower.
Are you interested in learning more about science in Africa or looking for a collaborator for your research? Are you looking for a science journalist to report a science story? Our Fellows share a common passion – promoting science in Africa. Feel free to contact them if you are seeking a mentor, collaborator, or searching for someone with expertise in researching or reporting science.