I am writing on behalf of Black Science Forum (BSF – www.black-science.com)
BSF is a serious group of scientific “doers”. We are a group formed to bring the benefits of technology tailor-made for the Black World to the doorstep of the Black Person.
We believe that everyone deserves access to quality technology and it’s fruits, economic opportunities and ease of menial tasks.
Since current patents are too expensive, we offer free inventions!
To date, we have quite a few inventions and projects (in an ever growing list), ready to be taken up by our Nation across the Globe.
We also provide a place where Black scientists can meet, share ideas, support one another; a place where the Black science mind – unutilised at home and looked down on abroad – can thrive feeling a sense of worth, belonging and achievement.
The focus of BSF is to encourage scientific confidence in the Black World, we are willing to our hands dirty teaching technology to local crafts persons, while practising what we preach:
1. Publishing scientific ideas
2. Publicising and making Afro centric technologies available
3. Organising technology workshops for kids and students
4. Partnering with other constructive charities who are willing to do practical production work on the ground
5. In the near future, setting up a kids section of the website to raise early interest in science
6. Providing a meeting place and support for science minded Blacks and students
7. Liasing with and where necessary, setting up Local Community self help groups
8. Liasing with Black science research institutes and educational bodies
9. Ease the acquisition of technology by bypassing patent laws**
**Black Nations depend mostly on expired patents for outdated technologies, as licences are expensive. However, even this is threatened as the new patent laws have extended the expiry time from five years to twenty.
Visit our site, www.black-science.com and make up your mind!
Asame Imoni Obiomah
BSF – Confidence in Black Abilities
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