Moi University participated in the just concluded National Science Week whose theme was
“Science, Technology and Innovation: Building Partnerships, Transforming Society”.
National Science Week is an annual event organized by the Ministry of Education through the coordination of the National Commission for Science, Technology and Innovation (NACOSTI) in partnership with the National Research Fund (NRF) and other partners. The exhibitions give scientists, inventors, innovators and researchers from different institutions of higher learning an opportunity to interact with students, researchers, investors and members of public from all walks of life.
The event aims to promote Research, Science, Technology and Innovation (RST&I) and how it can provide solutions to challenges facing the 21st century and realization of the Vision 2030.
Exhibitions from Moi University
Moi University delegation led by the Director Research and Technology Transfer Officer managed to showcase various innovations from three (3) students and one (1) staff as follows;
|Name of Innovator||Title of Project||School|
|1.||Isaiah Muchilwa (Staff)||Mootles: Moisture Metering Bottles||Engineering|
|Using Waste to Create Wealth||Education|
|3.||Sammy Kipkosgey||Appointment Scheduler||Biological & Physical Sciences|
|4.||Chana Pavanraj||Uhai: The Blood Donation Integrated System||Medicine|
Moi University stand was visited by H.E. Ryoichi Horie, Japenese Ambassador to Kenya, The ambassador of Ireland to Kenya, other dignitaries, staff and students of various universities and technical institutions and the general public.
The University was also represented in the various panel discussions, lectures, debates and dialogues by the Director Research and Technology Transfer Officer.