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Masters Programme:

  1. Master of Science in Biotechnology - I560
  2. Master of Science in Bioinformatics - I583
  3. Master of Science in Biotechnology (Agriculture & Environmental Option) - I565
  4. Master of Science in Biotechnology (Health & Environmental Option) - I584


Doctoral Programmes:

  1. PhD (Biotechnology) - I823
  2. PhD (Bioinformatics) - I835


CEBIB, Chiromo Campus
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The UoN Open Day enters its Day Two with CBPS having representations from the Schools of Biological Sciences, Mathematics, Physical Sciences and Computing & Informatics as well as the Institute of Climate Change and Adaptation (ICCA).

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The 5-day advanced training on Grid Connected Solar PV Design kicked off on 15th of May 2017 and is currently ongoing. There are 14 participants attending the training which is being led by Dr. Simiyu at the Physics Department.

Physics Department, UoN
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Camels are the preffered mode of transport in Northern Kenya and are key in migration. Their value is recognized and they are often fought over as a valuable resource

Image:ILRI/Riccardo Gangale 


A recent study commissioned by the RLF East Africa Office has revealed the  Climate Change is increasingly fueling conflicts – and hence forced migrations – in the Kenya.

Institute for Climate Change and Adaptation
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Five CEBIB students, Ms. Josephine Kimani (PhD), Mr. Fred Odhiambo (MSc), Mr. Wellington Odhiambo (MSc), Ms. Tania Bishola (MSc) and Ms. Lillian Mbaisi (MSc) participated in the Introduction to Bioinformatics Course (IBT 2017) held at the International Centre for Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE). The annual course was organized by H3ABioNet, the Pan African Bioinformatics Network for H3Africa, across 27 sites in 12 African countries. The training will continue for period of 3 months with intensive biweekly contact sessions.

IT-lab, Carol Wilson Building, ICIPE
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