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Vision Communication posted Information 12 September 2017

Albert Einstein once said, “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” Simplicity, however, can sometimes be the hardest thing to achieve, because topics only seem uncomplicated to an uninitiated audience when an expert, who is capable of completing an

Amber Williams posted Information 31 May 2012

The second round of the South African REIPPP, announced this month, granted 9 more solar bidders permission to start developing projects with a combined generation capacity of 417 MW.

Suhair Muhye Al Deen posted Information 20 April 2015
Group: Medculture

An open call to visual artists from all the world to participate in the International Mail Art- Egypt exhibition that will take place in Alexandria on October 15, 2015. Deadline for applications is July 30, 2015.

Maria Ketting DEVCO-C1 posted Information 18 December 2018

The Annual Action Programme was recently adopted on 29 November 2018, containing actions worth EUR 233,500,000.

Minielle Tall posted Information 5 August 2015

Bringing research and extension experts together to dialogue, review good agricultural practices, and find innovative ways to take Pacific agriculture into the future is the aim of the research extension forum to be held in Apia, Samoa, 24 – 28 August

Dora Beregszaszi posted Information 14 March 2015

Hi everyone!

My name is Dora and I am a master student of the Vienna University of Economics and Business.

Gerard BROS posted Information 11 September 2017

The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) has just published the list of projects selected under the 2nd call for proposals of the Intra-Africa Academic Mobility Scheme:

Xavier Le Mounier posted Information 14 December 2017

"The growth in global income since 1980 has been distributed across the totality of the world population. The global top 1% earners has captured twice as much of that growth as the 50% poorest individuals".

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