IBBU PARTICPATES ON ANOTHER UNESCO PROJECT

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IBBU PARTICPATES ON ANOTHER UNESCO PROJECT

Reorienting Teacher Education to Address Sustainability, York University, represented by its chair holder Professor Charles Hopkins, 19 Grenadier Heights in Toronto, Canada M6S2W5 In the framework of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and Education 2030, the UNESCO Project Chair, represented …

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PARTICIPATION AT THE JOINT MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MEETING OF THE NORTH- CENTRAL ZONAL BIOTECHNOLOGY CENTRE (NCZBC) IN JOS

The Inaugural meeting of the Joint Management Committee of the North Central Zone Biotechnology Centre held on the 30th of May 2017 at University of Jos in Plateau State The Vice Chancellor of the University of Jos represented by the …

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IBBU PARTICPATES ON UNESCO PROJECT

The Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University has won a contract of the UNESCO Regional Office in Dakar, Senegal to conduct Research on Education and Culture in Sub-Saharan Africa with Professor Steve Nwokocha (HOD Sociology) as the UNESCO accredited Lead Researcher. The …

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COLLABORATION WITH THE NATIONAL CEREAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE (NCRI) BADEGGI

Following invitation by the National Cereal Research Institute (NCRI) and a visit by scientists from the IBB University for the interactive session with the Biotechnology and Central Laboratory Services Directorate at the Institute, both parties are presently working on a …

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IBBU AT RAW MATERIALS EXPOSITION IN LAGOS AND AT THE SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION EXPOSITION IN ABUJA

The Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida University Lapai through CASTER attended the Raw Materials Exposition in Lagos 14th – 16th March 2017 at the Landmark Centre, Victoria Island Lagos. At the Expo the University exhibited some mineral raw materials collected and analyzed …

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INSTITUTIONAL TETFUND-SUPPORTED PROJECTS

The University regularly enjoyed the TETFund institutional grants of N2 million per project and several research projects have been completed or ongoing. Listed below are some of the several completed and ongoing projects. These are monitored and documented by CASTER. …

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