Meru Embrace Vermiculture to Propel Organic Farming

Meru Embrace Vermiculture to Propel Organic Farming
Meru County government has decided to empower her small scale farmers with a venture that many find odd. The county has decided to venture into vermiculture; the rearing of worms in order to use them to convert organic waste into fertilizer, commonly known as vermicompost and vermifluid (worm ... Continue reading →

Ethics is Vital for Research and its Output

Ethics is Vital for Research and its Output
In our day to day life, we face an array of holdups especially when we are expected to make certain ethical decisions. Scientists and researchers are not an exception. Although sometimes it is difficult to classify the difference between ethics and morality, Prof. Anne Muigai, a Professor of ... Continue reading →

JKUAT Marks Inaugural Interdepartmental Staff Sports Day

JKUAT Marks Inaugural Interdepartmental Staff Sports Day
We’ve all heard the old adage, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.” As an adult, it can be hard to find balance in a life that demands both work and rest. To bring this balance, the Sports and Games Department hosted the inaugural JKUAT Inter-departmental Staff Sports Day, October 11, ... Continue reading →

JKUAT Student Set for National Duathlon Trials

JKUAT Student Set for National Duathlon Trials
JKUAT second year student pursuing Bachelor of Science in Project Management is set for the National Duathlon trials in Watamu as focus shifts on 2020 International Triathlon Union World Multisport Championship in Almere, Netherlands. Manuel Ochieng, who also participates in Triathlon, has ... Continue reading →