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Kenyan uncovers antituberculosis plants

15 October 2015

Postdoc fellow Joseph Mwanzia Nguta from Kenya talks about his research into the antituberculosis properties of various plants traditionally used in Ghana to treat respiratory problems. His research in this neglected field has led to some exciting discoveries. Nguta also explains why postdoc programmes are so vital if African scientists are going to be able to compete globally. Read more http://www.scidev.net/sub-saharan-africa/tb/multimedia/kenyan-uncovers-antituberculosis-plants-1.html

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