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Schlumberger Foundation Faculty for the Future Fellowships for Women






Schlumberger Foundation Faculty for the Future Fellowships for Women

The Faculty for the Future programme, launched in 2004, awards fellowships to women from developing and emerging economies to pursue PhD or Post-doctorate studies in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines at leading universities worldwide. The grants are based on actual costs up to a maximum of $ 50,000 per year. The deadline for application is 18 November.

Further information on eligibility criteria are available here: https://graduatewomen.us2.list-manage.com/track/click?u=4f440ac475f57015275a1f6eb&id=312f738e04&e=6a660a2541


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SA Innovation Summit 2018

SA Innovation Summit

12-14 September 2018
Cape Town Stadium

Innovators, Technology Transfer Offices, Corporates Launching New Products, App Developers, Universities, Students, Research Institutes!

This year, they are declaring to the world that Africa’s Time has Come! Apart from their core Summit programme, they want to showcase the coolest and most innovative technologies from South Africa, the region, the continent and the world and they invite you to participate!

The SA Innovation Summit provides a fantastic opportunity for national and international technology-based companies, technology entrepreneurs, investors, financiers and other technology commercialisation partners to access the latest and best technology offerings from South Africa’s universities, science councils, companies supported by the Technology Innovation Agency (TIA) and other government and private sector commercialisation support organisations.


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Invitation to Participate in the Education/Learning Work/Tech 2050 Real-Time Delphi


Invitation to Participate in the Education/Learning Work/Tech 2050 Real-Time Delphi



You are invited to share your insights about actions African governments can take and/or actions to improve governance that could make the transition to the changing work-technology dynamics by 2050 as beneficial for all as possible.


As you may know, The Millennium Project conducted extensive research and several international Real-Time Delphi’s to produce the three Work/Technology 2050 Global Scenarios. These scenarios were input to national workshops in 19 countries to identify strategies to address some of the issues raised. You are invited to share your views on these government/governance actions. Subsequent RTDelphi's will rate actions for business/labor, culture, and S&T communities. You will be notified about those Real-Time Delphi’s later.


For now, please go to https://themp.org/rtd/government_worktech_2050/ sign in and give yourself a password (unless you previously set up an account, then use your same password). You will be asked four demographic questions (and you will not be asked these again when you return the next time to this RTDelphi). Please do not feel pressure to rate all 22 items on your first visit. You can return as many times as you like before 20 August 2018. You can see what others have rated and read their reasons. Think of this as a global asynchronous discussion with your peers without attribution so that ideas are persuasive rather than personalities or status.


The results will be shared with all those who participate.


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Infrastructure Africa 2018


Infrastructure Africa 2018


The Giant Awakens: Africa, Infrastructure & You


9-10 October 2018

Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa


The 2 day Infrastructure Africa Business Forum will bring together business to explore new trading opportunities, establish new business networks, develop and form partnerships and plan a way forward to address some of the continent’s requirements. The 7th annual Infrastructure Africa Business Forum will present stakeholders with an opportunity to unpack the enormous growth potential in addressing Africa’s infrastructure needs. Africa, with a population exceeding 1 billion people is well placed as an emerging market, keen for investment and growth.



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Millennium Project Newsletter 4.0


Millennium Project Newsletter 4.0


1. International Assessment of Future Work/Tech Strategies

2. Insights from Philosophy, History, and STS Scholars with Futurists

3. Organization of American States (OAS) to create Foresight Network

4. The State of the Future 19.1 Getting Excellent Reviews

5. On-line Learning Modules of Millennium Project Content

6. Foresight Europe Network (FEN)and Red Iberoamericana de Prospectiva (RIBER)

7. Mini Trip Reports

8. Governance for the transition from Artificial Narrow to Artificial General Intelligence

9. Millennium Project Interns in Washington, D.C

10. The Millennium Project Planning Committee to Meet in Bolivia





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South Africa Scenarios 2030


South Africa Scenarios 2030


  • A socially cohesive South Africa
  • What are the elements of a common vision for our country?
  • What does it mean to have a people-centred state, economy and society broadly?
  • What would a peaceful, caring South Africa look like?
  • What skills should SA develop/acquire to position our country for 2030?
  • What would a growing trajectory of inequality look like in 2030 in South Africa?

Scenarios booklet



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