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Zero Hunger (SDG 2)

Does your university as a body provide access to university facilities (e.g. labs, technology, plant stocks) to local farmers and food producers to improve sustainable farming practices?

The University’s Department of Biology is equipped with well-designed laboratories in the following areas of research: insects and microorganisms symbiosis, algal resources engineering, social insects, animal ecology and evolutionary biology, yeast biodiversity, ecology, evolution, bionics, molecular neuroendocrinology, molecular biology, plant genetic engineering, molecular health sciences, molecular medicine, free radical biology and biotechnology, bioinformatics, biology teacher education, environmental education, multimedia biology teaching and learning, brain, cognition, and learning. All these laboratories are fully functional for both educational and research purposes, the outcomes of which have contributed substantially to agricultural advancement.
The University’s Department of Geography is committed to advancing research on regional development planning. Proper regional planning promotes holistic regional development and efforts in environmental conservation and assessment, thus improving the residential environment quality and yield of farmers.
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