We participated in the Africa-UK working discussion group for Global Challenges Research Funds projects

Can open source (non-GM) technologies lead to sustainable development in the global south?

Report here:



Alistair McCormick University of Edinburgh, UK
Anne Osbourn John Innes Centre, UK
Bernard Slippers University of Pretoria/FABI/Future Africa, South Africa
Bruce Sithole CSIR/UKZN, South Africa
Carol Ibe University of Cambridge, UK
Eshchar Mizrachi University of Pretoria/FABI, South Africa
Fernan Federici Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile
Francesca Stoma BecA-ILRI, Kenya
Geoff Baldwin Imperial College, UK
Hadrien Peyret John Innes Centre, UK
Jenny Molloy University of Cambridge, UK
Jim Ajioka University of Cambridge, UK
Jim Haseloff University of Cambridge, UK
John Becker ACGT: UP/UJ/WITS/ARC/CSIR, South Africa
Karl Rumbold Wits University, South Africa
Kevin Land CSIR, South Africa
Lara Allen Centre for Global Equality, UK
Lucy Ogbadu National Biotechnology Development Agency, Nigeria
Marian Muthui Foondi Workshops, Kenya
Mauritz Venter AzarGen Biotechnologies – Stellenbosch, South Africa
Natalya Nikitina Wits University, South Africa
Nicola Patron Earlham Institute, UK
Nox Makunga University of Stellenbosch, South Africa
Paul Chego Wits University, South Africa
Steven Hussey University of Pretoria/FABI, South Africa
Tsepo Tsekoa CSIR, South Africa
Zander Myburg University of Pretoria/FABI, South Africa
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