The partnership between the Department of Clinical Studies and Royal Canin has continued to be strengthened through various activities since 2019. Recently on November 25, 2021, Royal Canin donated a state of the art and the latest Zeiss Axiolab digital microscrope with accompanying camera and a high resolution screen.
The Department of Clinical Studies received a donation of One (1) ZEISS Axiolab 5 Scientific Microscope with specific associated Zeiss Camera and a large 32 inch LED TV Screen for viewing the microscopic images. The whole unit was purchased in France and delivered to the department on November 25, 2021 by Dr. Jeanne Mwakugu, the Scientific Communications Manager from ROYAL CANIN, Nairobi. This Microscope will facilitate undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research.
The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Stephen Kiama and the Managing Director, Elgon Kenya Limited, Dr. Bimal Kantaria, toured Kabete Campus on 14th October, 2021 to identify the site for the establishment of the proposed Resource and Innovation Centre. Prof. Kiama and Dr. Bimal Kantaria were accompanied by members of the project committee drawn from various departments in the University, led by Prof. Margaret Hutchinson, the Associate Vice Chancellor Research Innovation and Enterprise.
The University of Nairobi has once again retained the pole position in East and Central Africa in the latest university rankings. The university has also been ranked among the best in Africa and the world.
The university was placed 11th in Africa and in the 501-600 category globally.
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The University of Nairobi will commence a new academic year on Monday, September 20, 2021. Applicants who received a formal letter of offer to join the University this academic year 2021/2022 are required to complete the registration process online.
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