Department Of Chemical Sciences and Technology (DCST) to install chemical security and surveillance systems
The Department of Chemical Sciences and Technology has won a grant from the US Department of State’s Chemical Security Program (CSP) to Improve Chemical Security in the department’s laboratories and facilities.
The project which will be implemented by Dr. Austin Aluoch, Dr. Geoffrey Otieno and Dr. Joab Onyango will improve chemical security in the laboratory by: 1) reducing the risk of diversion of chemicals used in the DCST labs, since the labs will be under 24 hrs surveillance; 2) Enhancing awareness and surveillance and therefore mitigating insider threats; 3) Enhancing controlled... Full story on Department Of Chemical Sciences and Technology (DCST) to install chemical security and surveillance systems
TU-K leads the way in shift to computer-based chemical management system
In line with Technical University of Kenya’s quest to maintain the highest global standards in its operations, the institution recently trained 20 of its employees who handle chemicals on the use of Computer-based Chemical Inventory Management System (CIMS).
The move is set to shift the University from the traditional way chemical handling and... Full story on TU-K leads the way in shift to computer-based chemical management system
TU-K Selected To Host Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow
Nairobi, May, 2016 –Collaborative Project will focus on Strengthening the Newly Co-Developed Curriculum in Medicinal Chemistry and Mentorship of Female Students in Science and Technology.
Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program to Support 57 Projects in Africa
The Technical University of Kenya (TU-K) was selected by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP) to host an African Diaspora scholar from the United States to work with on a collaborative project on strengthening the newly... Full story on TU-K Selected To Host Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow