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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR PHD SCHOLARSHIPS IN DANIDA GRILI PROJECT

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR MSc SCHOLARSHIPS IN GREEN RESOURCES INNOVATION FOR LIVELIHOOD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

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Bridging the Gap between Scientists and the Media

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Creating Awareness on Chemicals, Quality and Markets for Traditional Healers' Products

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GRILI Project Inception meeting

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Dr. Faith Mabiki awarded AESA-RISE Postdoctoral award

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WELCOME NOTE

WELCOME NOTE!

Welcome to the Department of Chemistry and Physics at Solomon Mahlangu College of Science and Education (SM-CoSE) of Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA).  The purpose of this department is to explore different scientific truths in the field of Chemistry and Physics and put them into application for the betterment of our society.  The department prioritizes publications in leading journals, attraction of research funds and renowned scientists from all parts of the world. The goal of this department to our students is to make them reaching their maximum potentials through curricular and  research   endeavors.

The department is currently headed by   Dr. Faith P. Mabiki.

For more information about the Department of Chemistry and Physics at   SUA, and what we offer, please visit our University website or contact us

Department of Chemistry and Physics (DCP),
P.O. Box 3038, Morogoro, TANZANIA;
Tel. 255-23–2603404 / Fax 255- 23– 2603404,
Email: dcp@sua.ac.tz
Cell phone: +255  737659520 (office) +255 784788924 (HoD)

LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR PHD SCHOLARSHIPS IN DANIDA GRILI PROJECT

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR PHD SCHOLARSHIPS IN DANIDA GRILI PROJECT

21 October 2019
Background Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) and other partner Universities and research institutions in Tanzania, in collaboration with the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) in Denmark is implementing a collaborative research project titled “Green Resources Innovations for Livelihood Improvement (GRILI)”. The project is supported by the Danish Development Agency (DANIDA) and its main objecti...
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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR MSc SCHOLARSHIPS IN GREEN RESOURCES INNOVATION FOR LIVELIHOOD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR MSc SCHOLARSHIPS IN GREEN RESOURCES INNOVATION FOR LIVELIHOOD IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

16 October 2019
BackgroundSokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) and other partner Universities and research institutions in Tanzania, in collaboration with the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) is implementing a collaborative research project titled “Green resources Innovations for Livelihood improvement (GRILI)”.  The project is supported by the Danish Development Agency (DANIDA) and its main objective is...
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Bridging the Gap between Scientists and the Media

Bridging the Gap between Scientists and the Media

04 June 2019
“Communication of science is essential if the public and policymakers are to make informed decisions on issues facing their communities and regions” by DFC.  Four Researchers from SUA – DANIDA GRILI project (Dr. Mabiki, F., Prof. Mdegela R., Dr. Makindara, J and Mr. Mwankuna, C) benefitted from the training on how to easily find news stories based on the latest scientific results from Tanzani...
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Creating Awareness on Chemicals, Quality and Markets for  Traditional Healers' Products

Creating Awareness on Chemicals, Quality and Markets for Traditional Healers' Products

22 May 2019
The workshop aimed at creating Awareness on Chemicals, Quality and Markets for Traditional Healers' Products. The workshop was as result of a reconnaissance survey conducted by DANIDA GRILI PROJECT in early 2018. It was realized that majority of the traditional healers ask themselves whether, the medicinal plants they use contain chemicals, does the quality of their products matter? and if at all...
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GRILI Project Inception meeting

GRILI Project Inception meeting

26 April 2019
GRILI is a unique project that take a multi- and inter-disciplinary approach encompassing relevant stakeholders in Green Resources Products (GRPs)’ value chain. The project involves a unique consortium of five Universities (from Tanzania and Denmark) and two research institutions working on two traditionally used plants as study-objects to research. The inception meeting was held in August 2018 wi...
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