European Action on Global Life Sciences
Addressing Europe’s responsibilities towards the developing world
European Action on Global Life Sciences (EAGLES) aims at enhancing the collaboration between European researchers and researchers in the developing world to fight hunger and disease. EAGLES has been launched by the European Federation of Biotechnology (EFB). The project is being supported by the European Commission and is a collaboration between EFB and scientific partners in Europe, China, Egypt, Ghana, South Africa and the Philippines. Members of the Steering Committees include prominent scientists from China, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Kenya, Mexico, South Africa, Syria and Thailand.
A number of EAGLES conferences and workshops has been organised during the last four years in Europe and various developing countries (DEC). The topics illustrate the need for much more effective European responses on the use of biology in combating problems in health and food supply in the DECs and in achieving the Millennium Development Goals.
Next EAGLES report:
Here is an overview of some of the latest events and reports:
of current EAGLES activities
on Science, Technology and the developing world
Debate: What is the future of higher education funding in Africa?
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