Symposium on Aeronautics & Space applications for health in Africa

The African Aeronautics & Space Organization (AASO), whose honorary president is astronaut Jean Loup Chrétien, is organizing a symposium “ Aeronautics and space applications for health in Africa”.

The patron of this event is the recipient of the 2008 Nobel Prize for Medicine, Prof. Françoise Barré-Sinoussi who will be present to launch the debate at National Center for Space Studies (CNES).

Event Location: 2 place Maurice Quentin 75001 PARIS, France.

January 30, 2019 with meetings with senior representatives for space activities of the African Union AGEOS( Gabonese Agency of studies and Space Observation), Locate IT (Kenya).

on 01/31/19 and 02/01/19 At the end of the session, targeted B to B meetings will be organized between speakers and participants. The 01/31/19 and 02/01/19 specific meetings will be organized to meet directly with Sciences/Technologies/space high representatives of the African Union, AGEOS( Gabonese Agency of studies and Space Observation), Locate iT (Kenya).

If you wish to participate in our symposium, please contact Ms. Virginie Lechantoux at / 0033626840601

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