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Malaria Research Capacity Development in West and Central Africa (MARCAD) recently awarded Dr Opondo with a Post-doctoral Fellowship to conduct his research on the ‘Impact of Insecticide Resistance on Malaria Vector Longevity and Transmission Potential in the Wild



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Biological Association of Nairobi University Students (BANUS) members at work during the cleanup exercise



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Biological Association of Nairobi University (BANUS) officials present a token to Dr. Caroline Mwongera during their visit to (International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) regional offices in Nairobi



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Aflatoxins are highly poisonous compounds produced by the Aspergillus fungus, which occur in soil. Several of the food crops grown in Africa, such as cassava, chili, groundnuts, maize, rice, sorghum, teff, and major cash crops such as coffee, cocoa, tea and sugarcane have been found to be contaminated with these dangerous toxins. They have also been found in processed foods such as peanut butter and foods from animal sources like egg and milk.



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