Monthly Archives: November 2015

Developing crops that are adapted to climate change (2015)

A new World Bank report released in 2015 shows that climate change is an acute threat to poorer people across the world, with the power to push more than 100 million people back into poverty by the year 2030.  And … Continue reading

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Sustainable bio-energy in Africa (2015)

The global carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations surpassed 400 parts per million in March 2015 for the first time since record-keeping of greenhouse gas levels began ( http://research.noaa.gov). These suggests that burning of fossil fuels by humans have caused global CO2 concentrations to … Continue reading

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In line with the institute’s objectives, a number of postgraduate research projects are currently actively on-going. All postgraduate students are advised to liaise with the institute’s postgraduate officer who is preparing schedules for progress report seminars for the institute

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