Innogen · News · November 17, 2005

Innogen Researchers at the African Studies Conference, Washington DC: 807

Three Innogen researchers will be presenting papers at this year's African Studies Association Conference in Washington DC

Dr James Smith, Matthew Harsh and Rebecca Hanlin will present papers at this year's Afircan Studies Association Conference, to be held in Washington DC between 17 and 22 November.

James Smith, presenting with Barbara Bompani, will be presenting a paper entitled; 'Biotechnology and the Bible: Development, Religion and Modernity in Kenya'. Matt Harsh is presenting a paper called; 'The Governance of Biotechnology in Kenya: Place, Netwroks and Re-imagining African Environments' and Becky Hanlin will present; 'Towards More Integrated and Collaborative Health Programming through Public-Private Parnerships? The Case of IAVI in Kenya'.

These will be Innogen working papers available for download in our publications section in due course.