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ISTG – The Innovative Science & Technology Group – is a Chicago-founded non-profit [501(c)(3)] organization dedicated to the advancement of science and technology in underserved communities primarily within the US and Africa.
ISTG’s goals include to: (1) increase the STEM participation of traditionally underrepresented African STEM groups (such as girls, women, rural populations and economically disadvantaged populations); (2) create and implement the development of U.S.-sponsored Africa-centric science programs and initiatives, geared towards the promulgation of science and technology literacy throughout Africa and the advancement of scientific research and development within African and US urban educational institutions, with the potential of subsequent product development; and (3) promote innovation and entrepreneurship in the US and abroad, namely Africa.
ISTG’s initiatives include:
ISTG’s online publications SISTEM and ViewPoints features exceptional individuals and institutions who contribute to innovation and social welfare as they pertain to the fields of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) in underrepresented STEM communities in the US and abroad, namely Africa.