Africa

Forget natural resources: it’s science and tech that will transform Africa

Entrepreneurs work on their projects at Nailab, a Kenyan firm that supports technology startups

Image: REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

Calestous Juma
Director, Science Technology and Globalization, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School of Government
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