Instrumental Access 2021
Alupe University CollegeSchool of Science, Health Sciences and Education and Social Sciences
Designing more efficient solar panels in Kenya
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Research AreasThe department’s research interests include antimicrobial resistance, ecosystem health, energy, and noncommunicable diseases.
Teaching analytical and physical chemistry is very challenging. The areas require advanced equipment that we do not have, and simulation doesn’t develop the same skills as hands-on training. Equipment donated will have a big impact on skills transfer and research in the institution.”
Storing solar energy with new metal complexes: Dr. Denis Magero
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As an international university, we need to produce graduates who have been trained hands-on in all of their programs. Our graduates serve a global society, and their skills will be felt and appreciated wherever they will work in the world.”
About the DepartmentLocation: Alupe, Kenya
Year Established: 2015
Students Impacted Annually: 600 undergraduate, 200 postgraduate
Why Instrumental Access?Instrumental Access equipment will help the school stock new laboratory space and provide additional opportunities for students to train in practice rather than in theory.
Shipment StatusIn transit to Kenya
About Instrumental Access
To begin, we identify a pipeline of scientific talent. Then we rigorously screen universities and select those with the most potential to advance education and research through Instrumental Access.