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IFYAR and CROOS International: a partnership in favor of students

In 2018, the Ministry of Higher Education (MINESUP) counted 215,800 students regularly enrolled in state universities. With a student enrollment rate of 10%, Cameroon serves as a model in the subregion.To this already high number should be added young Cameroonians enrolled in private institutions and those pursuing their studies abroad. In France alone, for the …

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General Voyages offers 50% discount to IFYAR participants

On Monday, November 16, a new company joined the ranks of the partners of the International Fair for Young African Researcher. General Express voyages, a long distance carrier that is no longer being presented, officially marked its support to IFYAR. As a present, General Express is offering 50% discount to IFYAR participants between November 30 …

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IFYAR commits itself against the abandonment of theses

On January 08, 2019, Ahlam Nazih paints a guileless picture of scientific research. In an article published on economics.com, the Moroccan scholar announces some chilling figures. Only 4.4% of regularly enrolled students would get a Master’s degree. Worse still: 9 out of 10 doctoral students would drop out before obtaining their PhD…It is indeed difficult …

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COMPANY OF BIOLOGISTS SUPPORTS IFYAR

It is with great satisfaction that the Chairman of the IFYAR (International Fair For Young African Researchers) Organising Committee announces the partnership signed with The Company of Biologists; a non-profit publishing house based in the United Kingdom. Through this financial support, The Company of Biologists is thus positioning itself as a partner of the first …

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Health Sciences why and how to take an interest in it during IFYAR 2020?

Taking an interest in science or in one of these specific fields is often a matter of curiosity, passion or vocation.Let’s talk about Health Sciences. Pluridisciplinary, they encompass all the studies and/or practices of the various specialties that have as their object the health of individuals. To be more precise, they include: biology; medicine; nutrition …

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Rockefeller: “a country only develops with research”

In a country such as Cameroon, which abounds in an incalculable number of high-flying intellectuals, it is a little alarming to note the lack of interest and infatuation that is brought to the attention of the researcher, to his development, his notoriety and especially to the fundamental importance that he should represent on the technological …

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IFYAR 2020 : Young Tech entrepreneurs give their anointing

Informed of the holding of the international fair of young African researchers, from 1 to 5 December 2020 in Yaounde, young Cameroonian entrepreneurs welcome this initiative, from the Scientific Center for Health. IFYAR 2020, a seed that is worth its weight in gold. Placed among the major scientific events of this year 2020 in Africa, …

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Africa-Scientific Research: IFYAR the RDV 2020 is taking shape

From 1 to 5 December 2020, African researchers will converge on Yaoundé in Cameroon for the first edition of the International Fair for Young African Researchers (IFYAR). To date, all eyes are focused on the call for abstract submissions, which starts on 1 February next. At work since December 31, 2019, the organizing committee of …

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IRD: One and a half million is the number of victims of snake bite poisoning each year in sub-Saharan Africa.

According to the IRD (Institute for Research for Development) One and a half million is the number of victims of poisoning following a snake bite every year in sub-Saharan Africa. An IRD researcher has just analyzed a hundred or so studies and medical reports published over the last forty years. Until then, no large-scale examination …

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