Kabarak University and JSPS Explore Research Collaboration to Address Global Challenges

Kabarak University, a leading research institution in Kenya, recently hosted Mr. Nobu Inazumi, a representative of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Nairobi Research Station. The discussion centered on fostering collaborative research efforts between Kenyan and Japanese researchers.

The focus of the collaboration lies in addressing global challenges through combined expertise and resources of both nations. Dr. Thiga and Mr. Inazumi highlighted the importance of sustained cooperation in the coming years to enhance the quality and impact of research output. They discussed various strategies for working together, including joint research projects, joint supervision, and shared resources.

Both parties expressed a strong commitment to developing a strategic partnership that will drive innovation and scientific advancement. This paves the way for a new era of collaborative research between Kabarak University and JSPS.

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