Young Scientists

Marilyne Aza-Gnandji: "We are not always aware of crucial informations"

"I would like to contribute to the improvement of scientific research in Africa, more specifically in Senegal and Benin where I come from. That is the reason of my presence: to learn how it works, how information is shared, what is already set… Because, as it has been said in the conference, in the laboratories, we sometimes do not know the crucial informations that could be useful for the development of our scientific career."


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