Some reading for the weekend
Three informations related to topics of the YASE meeting
Information on topics to be discussed at the YASE meeting are published on the web. Here is a short selection for the weekend.
The Economiste maghrebin offers an editorial about the brain drain in Tunisia. More than half of Tunisian graduates expatriates are in France, according to the article. (thanks to the Association des Jeunes Chercheurs d'Afrique Francophone en France for the head up)
Business Live offers an article by Sarah Wild on the South African government's investment in infrastructure to preserve biodiversity, particularly natural history museums. With job prospects for young researchers, as a good part of the current curators will retire in the coming years.
A press release from the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, which sponsors YASE, informs us that on October 10, the Minister received the Egyptian Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research to discuss cooperation in these areas.