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    RT @AnantBhan: Train PhD students to be thinkers not just specialists https://t.co/ppeZZKBBFg
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    RT @Rufaro_Samanga: BSc or Ndip graduates in microbiology, biotechnology, analytical chemistry or health and safety, here’s an opportunity…
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    RT @AvHStiftung: Calling all young leaders from Brazil, China, India, Russia, South Africa and the USA! Apply now for a 12-month German #Ch
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    RT @AIMS_Next: #Opportunity Do you hold a PhD in #Mathematics with an interest in Partial Differential Equations and Calculus of Variatio…
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    RT @WHOAFRO: ✅ Safety first! Here are 5 tips to stay safe from #COVID19 in public spaces. https://t.co/y6WnxFxOfx
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    RT @WorldBankAfrica: We are now taking applications for the 2022 World Bank Group-@WorldBankAfrica Fellowship Program for PhD candidates or…
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    RT @NextEinsteinFor: Are you an early-career medical #Health researcher? Apply for the @AfrResExFund Research Development Fellowship (RDF)…
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    RT @TWASnews: Don't miss this big opportunity for young scientists, co-sponsored by TWAS, @UNTechBank and @ICGEB to take part in research i…
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    RT @TWASnews: Through a partnership between @NRF_News and TWAS, developing world scholars can apply for this #PhD fellowship in #SouthAfric
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    RT @ResearchGermany: Don't waste any time and apply now for one of these 3 #PhD positions offered at @BTU_CS ! 👉https://t.co/beQLpc2jt8 #Ph
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    RT @H_S_Global: Incentive grants for young researchers from LMICs! Implementation research to scale-up national NCD and mental health-rela…
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    RT @KevinWNg: Our paper on antibody cross-reactivity between SARS-CoV-2 variants is now out in @eLife! https://t.co/ike4FeV4ZR
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    RT @ResearchGermany: Are you a highly qualified #Postdoc? Can you imagine a future at a German #University? Then apply for PRIME, the @DAAD
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    RT @ResearchGermany: Look at this: the @tuBraunschweig is seeking to fill a #PhD position in #PlantBiology - Will it be your chance? 👉https…
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    RT @BillHanage: There has been a lot of recent anxiety about viral loads in breakthrough delta infections. This preprint (not yet peer revi…
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    RT @think_academics: Literature Review is not reading but readin with a specific intention. As you read please identify the main arguments/…
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    RT @CinecaProject: Earlier this year, we ran the 'How FAIR are you' webinar series and hackathon to address the knowledge gap on identifyin…
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    RT @Nicky_Mulder: African genetic data is important: https://t.co/pjWZX288ig. Good to see that what we are doing in #H3Africa and #H3ABioNe
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    RT @bffo: From @PLOSCompBiol | Ten simple rules for women principal investigators during a pandemic | Rules (suggestions) are really good y…
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    RT @TheEconomist: “If we do not vaccinate at scale, covid becomes endemic, and the last thing you want to see in Africa is endemicity of co…
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    RT @JeremyFarrar: A chilling headline but realistic and honest assessment from @WHO. The only way to change this is to combine all the too…
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    RT @Tuliodna: Our good friend @christian_happi quote: “Imagine Africans working hard to contribute to a database that’s used to make or up…
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    RT @RasVerena: Written by Paballo Chauke who helped organise the African leg of @WiDS_Worldwide. 'Data science needs input from women' htt…
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    RT @Tuliodna: “The speed and scale of Africa’s 3rd wave is like nothing we’ve seen before,” said Matshidiso Moeti, Africa director @WHO. We…
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    RT @TomScriba: Please open windows when using public transport to reduce risk of infectious disease transmission! This article reports resu…
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