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Over the past 15 years, the African Laser Centre (ALC) based at the Council for Scientific Industrial Research (CSIR) has contributed immensely to the development of young researchers in Science, Technology Engineering, Mathematics and Innovation (STEMI). With the ALC footprint in Africa, a number of young people across the continent have been positively impacted by its efforts to encourage research collaborations and skills transfer in an effort to advance science and technology in Africa.

In the 2016/17 financial year, African Laser Centre supported 12 research collaboration projects between South African researchers and their counterparts from Algeria, Senegal, Nigeria, Mozambique, Tunisia, Kenya, Uganda, Botswana, Sudan, Egypt and Zimbabwe. Participating in these projects were a total 68 post-graduate students from across the African continent. Additionally, the ALC supports 20 students from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Zambia, Uganda, Gabon, Morocco, Cameroon and Nigeria to study in various laser-related research fields at South African universities. Three of them were at Master’s level and 17 at PhD level.

Plans to take the Southern African Development Programme to Botswana next month are underway.

“We look forward to assisting the CSIR OSC further with their visits to other Southern African regions in an effort to raise awareness and create interest around the photonics industry,” said Thomas Du Plooy, CSIR National Programmes Administrator.

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