Spotting wildlife on the computer

Science
Counting wildlife is easier with a computer than using aerial photographs.
Ewout Frankema

African economies hold each other back

Science
Historian Ewout Frankema investigated why Africa’s economic development lagged.
Ewout Frankema

African economies hold each other back

In-depth
Science
Historian Ewout Frankema tries to discover why African economic development lagged behind.

Flavours of WUR: Jollof

Student
All the flavours of the world can be found in our WUR…

VICI grant for Ewout Frankema

Science
Frankema is to investigate why South-East Asia overcame poverty rapidly in contrast…

Zebras give away poachers

Science
Prey animals such as zebras, wildebeest and impalas can serve as informers…

WUR-student second in ASN Bank World Award

Student
Kumasi Drinks, a start-up that makes juice from cocoa pulp, wins 15,000…
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An African perspective on African problems

Organisation
The new African Philosophy course given by Birgit Boogaard has won the…

Much room for improvement in cassava farming in Africa

Science
African farmers could increase their cassava yield threefold if they improve their…

The N2Africa formula works (almost) everywhere

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Science
Ken Giller helped developing legume crops for African farmers.