Africa is establishing itself as global player in research but it's going unnoticed
African scientists are punching above their weight and changing the world, but nobody is taking note.
John Butler-Adam is currently Editor in Chief of the South African Journal of Science and consultant to the University of Pretoria. Previously, he was the South African Program Officer for the Ford Foundation for seven years. He was also Chief Executive Officer of the Eastern Seaboard Association of Tertiary Institutions (1995–2004) and Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) at the University of Durban-Westville (1991–1995).