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2017

Assessing our impact

By Vanessa McBride & Eli Grant, Office of Astronomy for Development The Office of Astronomy for Development has funded over 100 projects run by enthusiastic astronomers and science communicators with a view to using astronomy to make the world a better place. But, how do we know our projects have …

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Final report

The West African International Summer School for Young Astronomers (WAISSYA) is an innovative short course in astronomy for West African university students that is designed and taught by a global collaboration of astronomers using educational research principles. The school is designed to give West African science students the opportunity to …

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update: Final report

The third GUAtemalan School of Astrophysics (GUASA) was held in Guatemala City and it was on Compact Objects under the motto: Compact Objects: Neutron Stars, White Dwarfs and Black Holes. The school aimed to bring together local Central American/Caribbean undergraduate students of physics /mathematics /engineering, with experts from prestigious astronomical …

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update: Final report

The educational system of Myanmar is government-operated. There are 158 Universities in total under the management of Ministry of Education. There are three types of Universities, the Arts and Science Universities including our University (Mandalay University), University of Computer Science and Technological Universities. Role of Astronomy Education in Myanmar Universities …

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