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Our Graduate, Dr. Never Zekeya and Faculty Member, Dr. Askwar Hilonga were declared winners of “Mashindano ya Sayansi, Teknolojia na Ubunifu (MAKISATU)" in the categories of Higher learning Institutions and Research and Development for a biopestside for pest control (Kanitangaze) and the Low cost drinking water filter that uses nano-technology,  respectively, in Dodoma, March 7, 2019. A cheque worth 4million was handled to each.

Group photo during the 3rd Summer School of the Programme for Enhancing the Health and Productivity of Livestock (PEHPL) funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. November 3-7, 2018, Partner Institutions including Glasgow, Scotland Rural College in the UK, Washington State University and Penn State University of USA.

NM-AIST Masters and PhD Students in a group photo with their Certificates of Recognition from the Management for their success in innovation skills. From Left are: Never Zekeya (PhD) Angela Mkindi (PhD), Bernard Mramba (Masters) and Theofrida Maginga (Masters)

A Photo during the Knowledge Dissemination Workshop under Higher Education Partnerships in Sub-Sahara Africa Scheme at the NM-AIST on Sept. 13-14, 2018. In front among others are: The Guest of Honor, DVC of the NM-AIST, Prof. A. Mshandete (3rd Left), the VC of MUST, Prof. J. Msambichaka (2nd Left), Principal of CoET, UDSM, Prof. B. Mwinyiwiwa (1st Left) and Programme Manager, Mr. Sebastian Scott, Royal Academy of Engineering.

The Secretary of the Communist Party Committee from the Hunan University of Technology (HUT) China, Prof. Tang Weibing (1st Right) and his delegation listening from NM-AIST Lab. Technician, Sylvester Temba (Left) on how HPLC is used for determination and quantification of various sample contents such as mycotoxins and bioactive compounds after signing a collaborative agreement between NM-AIST and HUT on Friday 13th April, 2018.

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