Daniel Nyanganyura is an atmospheric physicist with special focus on boundary layer physics and air pollutants transport modelling, and how pollutants impact human health, the environment and the climate. Daniel has vested interest on issues that promote inter-disciplinary research collaboration as well as bridge and foster the science-policy interface. He holds a PhD in atmospheric physics, a MSc in agricultural meteorology, a BSc 4th Year Honours in physics from the University of Zimbabwe and a licentiate degree in education in the specialty of physics and astronomy from Pedagogical University Enrique José Varona, Havana, Cuba. He is the current the Regional Director for the International Science Council Regional Office for Africa. He has worked as a Programme Specialist for physics, mathematics, and engineering sciences at the International Council for Science Regional Office for Africa; as an air pollution researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry in Mainz, Germany; as a physics lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe and as an advanced level physics and computer science teacher. He is a member of the South African Institute of Physics, South African Society for Atmospheric Sciences, and the Air Pollution Information Network for Africa.