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CNN Africa: Opening new doors to STEM for women: Ghana’s African Science Academy seeks to break barriers by opening a school for talented young women. (November 2018)

We are the City: The African Science Academy: Re-inventing Africa, one girl at a time (Rosalind Kainyah, July 2017)

bbcBBC World Service Focus on Africa: Interview with 3 ASA Students on BBC Focus on Africa (June 2017, Interview between 25-30minutes)

bbcBBC World Service Focus on Africa: Inspiring African Girls in Science and Maths (June 2017, Interview with ASA Maths Teacher Levina Ansong)

News Deeply: Pan-African Academy Helps Gifted Girls Get Into Science and Tech (Rumbi Chakamba, May 2017)

The Independent UK: international Women’s Day: The Girls Defying All The Odds To Become Scientists and Engineers (Rhianna Ilube, March 2017)

Image result for pembroke college cambridge crestKit Smart Blog, Cambridge University: Student Volunteering Week: African Science Academy (Pembroke College, Feb 2017)

Daily Graphic Ghana: African Science Academy Inaugurated in Tema (Nana Konadu Agyeman, Feb 2017)

United Nations Development Program: ASA Students feature on the UNDP #Youth4Peace Digital Short Film (UNDP-Occidental College Task Force, December 2016)

 The New Times Rwanda: “Meet Tom Ilube, whose Science Academy is set to enroll Rwandan girls” (Didier Bikorimana, December 2016)

BBC Radio 4: Profile on Tom Ilube, Founder of the African Science Academy (Presented by Becky Milligan, Radio 4 Profile, November 2016)

turingThe Turing Trust: Inspiring Visit to African Science Academy” (The Turing Trust Blog, November 2016)

levers-in-heelsLevers in Heels: Levers in Heels meets the African Science Academy for Girls” (Larisa Bowen-Dodoo,  Ghana October 2016)

bbcBBC World Service: Interview with Tom Ilube, Founder of the African Science Academy. (Presented by Audrey Brown, Focus on Africa Radio, October 2016)

the-voiceThe Voice UK: Tom Ilube: The tech guru and educational philanthropist who founded Africa’s first girls-only science and technology school” (October 2016)

pulsePulse Ghana: Building Africa: Founder of Africa’s first STEM school for girls named most influential black Briton” (Pulse Staff, October 2016)

trueTrue Africa: Founder of Africa’s first girls only science and technology school named most influential black Briton.” (TEAM True, October 2016)

buzzBuzzfeed: This Man Has Been Named Britain’s Most Powerful Black Person – And He Can’t Quite Believe It.” (Interview by Elizabeth Pears, October 2016)

mediumMedium: Dare to be Bold: Meet the girls of the African Science Academy.” (Rhianna Ilube, October 2016)

Daily Graphic Ghana: GTBank hosts African Gifted students” (Samuel Obour, August 2013)

Mr Bojangles Blog: African Gifted Foundation takes shape” (Tom Ilube, January 2010)