JBCA student shaping the future of African Astronomy

JBCA PhD student, Naomi Asabre Frimpong, was recently featured in the Naturejobs blog.

“I want to see Africa lit up.” Naomi Asabre Frimpong says with a laugh, “I want to show how Africa can be forward thinking. I want to make sure that we are not left behind.”

Asabre Frimpong is a 2nd year PhD student at the University of Manchester, in the UK, and her enthusiasm — for both astronomy and science in general — is infectious. 


The full article, by Gina Maffey, can be found here.


Related links:

Developing African Radio Astronomy


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