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Made in Africa: the creator of these “premie” incubators refused to accept infant mortality rates he was seeing

Made in Africa: the creator of these “premie” incubators refused to accept infant mortality rates he was seeing

IRENE MBEZELE AND PATRICK NELLE, BIRD STORY AGENCY AT the far end of the University of Yaoundé campus in Ngoa Ekelle, on the road to Melen, is the complex of the Ecole Supérieure Polytechnique de Yaoundé. Fully air-conditioned with large windows that admit a free flow of light, the complex houses 3D printers and other advanced equipment. A driver of innovation, the institution has trained more than 3000 engineers since its inception in 1971. On this day, in laboratory number 4, a squad of students is working under the direction of a man in a white coat. They are repairing…
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