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KEMRI Hosts Chemical, Biological and Nuclear Workshop
By: Rhoda Ityang'
The Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) hosted a four day Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosives Commodity Identification Training (CBRNe), which was held on August 4th -8th 2013 at the Training Centre. The CBRNe workshop was sponsored by the US Department of Energy and the US National Nuclear Security Administration (NASA).Read More
By Davis Mkoji
Cabinet Secretary of Health Mr. James Macharia (middle) cutting a cake to celebrate the KEMRI certification for the ISO 9001:2008 (QMS) at KEMRI Headquarters yesterday. From (left) Board Member & CEO, NACOSTI Prof. Shaukat Abdulrazak, Director, KEMRI Prof. Solomon Mpoke, Principle Secretary of Health, Prof. Fred Segor, KEMRI Chairperson Prof. Ruth Nduati, and a Board member Prof. Norah Olembo (far right) among other staff.
|Africa on the Move|
KEMRI Participation in the "AFRICA on the move" an innovation exhibition organized at the Africa Forum for Science, Technology and Innovation for Youth Employment, Human Capital Development and Inclusive Growth.
Director, KEMRI Prof. Solomon Mpoke receives a consignment of First Aid kits from the Kenya Red Cross, General Manager, Susan Ng'ong'a at the KEMRI Headquarters Nairobi . (Left) Mr. J. N. Kariuki, Assistant Director (Administration) and Ms. Ann Wang'ombe, Assistant Director (Human Resource) and Meshack Laanoi, Kenya Red Cross Sales Leader and a KEMRI driver, Charles Nuthu. A total of 86 First Aid Kits worth over Kshs. 800,000/- were purchased through the KEMRI Bio risk project.. The Kits will be fixed on KEMRI Research Vehicles and All KEMRI Laboratories and Research Facilities in the Country.