Kenyan Professor heads board for Fisheries PhD course at Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Professor Ruth Otunga from the University of Eldoret in Kenya has been elected first board chairperson for the regional PhD programme in Aquaculture and Fisheries hosted at Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources following the Regional Academic Advisory Board Meeting held at Crossroads Hotel in Malawi’s capital Lilongwe on Wednesday, June 8, 2016.
Researchers have found a deep sea wonderland at the bottom of the ocean that will need all hands on deck to protect it from anchor damage and oil exploration.
DIFS student awarded prestigious scholarship
Rachel Mullins, a Masters student from Rhodes University in South Africa will use sequencing technology to examine population structures of yellowfin tuna in South Africa.
NW Aquaculture and Fishery Programme launched
Mahikeng: The North West Department of Agriculture and Rural Development as part of its initiatives to address rural development, job creation and food security, has launched the aquaculture and fisheries programme in the province