Working on ways to optimize how plants phototsynthesize.
It’s no secret that many Sub-Saharan African countries face challenges in developing and delivering high-quality health care to their citizens, and some of the reasons for that are well-known. Extreme poverty. Remote and untamed geography. Destructive conflicts that often do the most harm to women and children. What’s not as well-known is how issues such as institutional transparency and education administration can also hold back progress in this area. But researchers and educators from the University of Michigan and the nation of Ghana are leveraging a long-standing partnership to alleviate those kinds of problems and pave the way to a