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19Jan 2022

To achieve research excellence and learning, the African Centre for Research Agricultural Advancement and Teaching Excellence and Sustainability in Food and Nutrition Security (CREATES – FNS) has provided full scholarship for the academic year 2021 /2022 to seven master’s students and three PhD students whose research will focus on promoting and improve fish farming, dairy […]

03Nov 2021

Arumeru District Commissioner Eng. Richard Ruyungo called on Government Institutions and NGOs to work together to educate the public about Parthenium (Gugu Karoti) to gain an understanding of how it spreads and friendly ways to eradicate it. Eng. Ruyongo made that remark on 27th October 2021 during the opening of the sixth Parthemium Day held […]

27Sep 2021

The African Centre for Research, Agricultural advancement, Teaching Excellence and Sustainability (CREATES-FNS) has been sponsoring the Biophysics summer schools since 2018. This year the fifth (5th)  summer school on integrated machine learning and molecular dynamics simulation is taking place in Dodoma at The University of Dodoma (UDOM) from 20th September to 1st October 2021, after […]

22Sep 2021

  CREATES – FNS BRINGS RESEARCH IDEAS AND CONCEPTS INTO PRACTICE   The Center for Agricultural Advancement and Teaching Excellence and Sustainability in Food and Nutrition Security (CREATES – FNS) has aimed to bring researchers’ ideas and concept into the real life so as to solve society’s problems. To achieve this the Centre has established […]

17Apr 2021

The Centre for Research Agricultural advancement, Teaching Excellence and Sustainability (CREATES) has  brought together staff and students of the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST) to sensitize  them on gender issues in the work place and learning environment. The two day gender issues sensitization event was conducted on 15th-16th April, 2021 through […]

12Apr 2021

Recent findings about SARS-COV-2 virus have shown promising compounds that work by two distinct mechanisms, one is inhibiting viral cell entry to human cells and the other is inhibiting viral RNA replication and transcription process of the virus. These findings are important for the development of potent antiviral molecules. Coincidentally, some of the reported compounds in the […]