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CAPREx

CAPREx

2017

1.John James Okiror, Geoff Hayward & Mark Winterbottom Towards in-service training needs of secondary school agriculture teachers in a paradigm shift to outcome-based education in Uganda The Journal of Education Development and the Journal of Agricultural Extension and Education http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1389224X.2017.1338593

2. Richard Osei-Amponsah, Benjamin M. Skinner, Dennis O. Adjei, Julien Bauer, Greger Larson, Nabeel A. Affara and Carole A. Sargent Origin and phylogenetic status of the local Ashanti Dwarf pig (ADP) of Ghana based on genetic analysis BMC Genomics 2017 https://bmcgenomics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12864-017-3536-6

3. Jenneke van der Wal, Saudah Namyalo The interaction of two focus marking strategies in Luganda Diversity in African languages: Selected papers from the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics http://langsci-press.org/catalog/book/121

4. Honger J, Monson RE, Rawlinson A, Salmond GPC.  Draft genome sequences of Serratia marcescens strains CAPREx SY13 and CAPREx SY21 isolated from yams. Genome Announc 5:e00191-17. https://doi.org/10.1128/ genomeA.00191-17.

5. John James Okiror, Geoff Hayward & Mark Winterbottom science and after-school careers in agricultural business: A case study of Uganda International Journal of Vocational and Technical Education Apr 2017

2016

  1. David Dodoo-Arhin, Richard C.T. Howe, Guohua Hu, Yinghe Zhang, Pritesh Hiralal, Abdulhakeem Bello, Gehan Amaratunga, Tawfique Hasan Inkjet-printed graphene electrodes for dye-sensitized solar cells, Carbon 2016
  2. Tayeebwa, W. (2016). “Framing peacebuilding: Discourses of United Nations Radio in Burundi.” In Orgeret, K.S. and Tayeebwa, W. (eds.), Journalism in Conflict and Post-Conflict Conditions: Worldwide Perspectives. Gothenburg, Sweden: Nordicom, pp.81-98
  3. Orgeret, Kristin Skare, and William Tayeebwa. "Journalism in Conflict and Post-Conflict ConditionsWORLDWIDE PERSPECTIVES." (2016)
  4. Tayeebwa, W. (2016). “Impact of Social Media on Traditional Journalism: Challenges and Opportunities for Media Houses in Uganda.” In Kamp, M (ed.), Assessing the Impact of Social Media on Political Communication and Civic Engagement in Uganda. Kampala: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, pp.10-20
  5. Tayeebwa, W. (2016 in print). “Airwaves for peace: the conciliatory voices of children on Ugandan radio.” In Mushengyezi, A. (ed.), Media for Children and Young People. Kampala: Fountain Publishers
  6. Tayeebwa, W. (2016 forthcoming). “From conventional towards new frames of peace journalism: the Case of Uganda and Burundi.” In Tukumbi, L.K. and Gahama, J. (eds.), Peace, Security and Post-Conflict Reconstruction in the Great Lakes Region. Dakar, Senegal: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa
  7. Namyalo Saudah: The come-back-tomorrows disappointed the professor again: understanding youth-urban languages, a case study of Makerere University students’ English variety. In: Mekeiord C. and Isingoma Bebwa ‘Ugandan English: its sociolinguistics, structure and uses in a (multilingual) globalizing post-protectorate, Studies in English Language, Cambridge Press. https://benjamins.com/#catalog/books/veaw.g59/main
  8. Harriet Mutambo Nabushawo, Jessica Norah Aguti, and Mark Winterbottom Unlocking the Potential of Public Libraries in Supporting Distance Learning. Journal for Learning and Development 2016
  9. Edgar Nabutanyi  2016: “Powerful Men and Boyhood Sexuality in K. Sello Duiker’s Thirteen Cents” Matatu: Forthcoming.2015
  10. Edgar Nabutanyi 2016: Ritualised Abuse in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Purple Hibiscus” A Companion on Adichie
  11. Mutunzi Ahmed Kitunzi Shailendra Vyakarnam Social Enterprises’ Viability to Diffuse Advanced Solar Technologies in Africa: A Case of Cooperatives in Uganda International Journal of Arts and Sciences 2015 Volume 08, Number 05 ISSN: 1944-6934 http://www.universitypublications.net/ijas/0805/html/H5V703.xml
  12. Namyalo, Saudah (2016). Language ecology of Uganda: An analysis of the historical and present language situation in Uganda. In Mekeiod C., I.Bebwa, Namyalo S. (eds.) Ugandan English: its sociolinguistics, structure and uses in a (multilingual) globalizing post-protectorate. Amsterdam: John Benjamins- Studies in English Language, Cambridge press. https://benjamins.com/#catalog/books/veaw.g59/main

 

2015

  1. Mutunzi Ahmed (2015) Cooperatives' Feasibility to Diffuse Innovative Solar Technologies in Uganda. Journal of the International Association of Schools and Institutes of Administration.
  2. Osei-Amponsah, R., Kayang, B. B., Naazie, A., Tiexier-Boichard, M., & Rognon, X. (2015). Phenotypic characterization of local Ghanaian chickens: egg-laying performance under improved management conditions. Animal Genetic Resources, 56, 29-35. doi:10.1017/S2078633615000041
  3. Obese, F. Y., MacCarthy, C., Osei‐Amponsah, R., Ayizanga, R. A., & Damptey, J. K. (2015). Blood Metabolite Profiles in Cycling and Non‐cycling Friesian–Sanga Cross‐bred Cows Grazing Natural Pasture During the Post‐partum Period. Reproduction in Domestic Animals, 50(2), 304-311

  4. Ocloo, A., Appiah‐Opong, R., Chama, M. A., Appiah, A. A., & Murray, A. J. (2015). An In Situ Study on the Effects of Extracts of Taraxacum Officinale, Paulliniia Pinnata and Thonningia Sanguinea on Mitochondrial Function. Journal of Food Biochemistry, 39(6), 682-688.

  5. Yawe, Bruno, and Jaideep Prabhu. "Innovation and financial inclusion: A review of the literature." Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems 9.3 (2015): 215-228.

  6. Van der Wal, Jenneke, and Saudah Namyalo. "The interaction of two focus marking strategies in Luganda." The proceedings of the 46th Annual Conference on African Linguistics, Oregon, March 26-28 2015, Contemporary African Linguistics series

  7. Namyalo, Saudah. "15 Linguistic strategies in Luyaaye: word play and conscious language manipulation." Youth Language Practices in Africa and Beyond 105 (2015): 313

  8. Namyalo, S., 2013. The Documentation of Bark-cloth making: An endangered cultural activity among the Baganda. Retrieved June, 15, p.2015.
  9. Adjei, O.D., Osei-Amponsah, R. and Ahunu, B.K. (2015) Morphological Characterization of Local Pigs in Ghana. Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa - AnGR Special Edition (2015): 295 – 300.
  10. Adjei, O.D., Osei-Amponsah, R. and Ahunu, B.K. (2015) Characterization of Local Pig Production Systems in Ghana Bulletin of Animal Health and Production in Africa - AnGR Special Edition (2015): AnGR Special Edition, (2015), 333 – 339.
  11. Osei-Amponsah, R. and Damptey, J.K. (2015) Blood metabolite profiles in cycling and non-cycling Friesian–Sanga cross-bred cows grazing natural pasture during the post-partum period. Reproduction in Domestic Animals. doi: 10.1111/rda.12492.

2014

  1. Arthur, P.K. NextGen speaks [12] Science 2014.
  2. Bello, A., Fabiane, M., Dodoo-Arhin, D., Ozoemena, K. I., & Manyala, N. (2014). Silver nanoparticles decorated on a three-dimensional graphene scaffold for electrochemical applications. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids, 75(1), 109-114. doi:10.1016/j.jpcs.2013.09.006
  3. Bello, A., Dodoo-Arhin, D., Makgopa, K., Fabiane, M., & Manyala, N. (2014). Surfactant Assisted Synthesis of Copper Oxide (CuO) Leaf-like Nanostructures for Electrochemical Applications. American Journal of Materials Science, 4(2), 64-73. doi:10.5923/j.materials.20140402.03
  4. Agyei-Tuffour, B., Bensah, Y.D., Damoah, L.N.W., Dodoo-Arhin, D., Yaya, A., Nyankson, E., Annan, E., Sarkodee, E. and Efavi, J.K. (2014), Synthesis and microstructural characterization of kaolin–polyethylene composites. Polym Compos, 35: 1507–1515. doi: 10.1002/pc.22804
  5. Dodoo‐Arhin, D., Leoni, M., Scardi, P. Synthesis and characterisation of nanostructured copper oxide Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings 2014.
  6. *Kakumba, U., & Fennell, S. (2014). Human Resources Retention in Local Government: Review of Uganda’s Policy and Institutional Mechanisms for Performance. http://hdl.handle.net/10570/4511
  7. Kakumba U.; Wamala R., Wanyama S. B. 2014. “Employment Relations and Bullying in Academia: A Case of Academic Staff at Makerere University”; Journal of Diversity Management, Vol. 9 No. 1, 63-74 (Print ISSN: 1558-0121, Online ISSN: 2157-9512). Accessible: http://journals.cluteonline.com/index.php/JDM/article/view/8623
  8. Osei-Amponsah, R., Kayang, B. B., Naazie, A., Barchia, I. M., & Arthur, P. F. (2014). Evaluation of Models to Describe Temporal Growth in Local Chickens of Ghana is) Lea. Iranian Journal of Applied Animal Science, 4(4), 855-861.
  9. Osei-Amponsah, R., Kayang, B. B., Manu, H., & Naazie, A. (2014). Egg quality traits of local Ghanaian chickens and influence of storage period. Animal Genetic Resources, 55, 93-99. doi:10.1017/S2078633614000290
  10. Nkabala, H. N. (2014). Gender perspectives in the Lord's Resistance Army in relation to the Old Testament. Old Testament Essays, 27(3), 930-944.
  11. Bello, A., Fabiane, M., Dodoo‐Arhin, D., Ozoemena, K.I., Manyala, N. Silver. Nanoparticles decorated on a three dimensional graphene scaffold for electrochemical applications. Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids 2014 75.1 (2014): 109-114.
  12. Tayeebwa, William. "Framing Peace, the case of conciliatory radio programming in Burundi and Uganda." (2014).
  13. Tayeebwa, W. (2014). Peace Journalism Perspectives.” Uganda Media Development Foundation (UMDF), Kampala: The Peace Maker Journal 2014, pp.4-7Archived CAPREx Publications (2013- 2011)
  14. Manful Theresa: Biology, Impact of disease and Control. Reader: Molecular approaches to understanding life and disease. Published Digibooks Ghana Ltd, Tema. 2014 (pp. 135-144)
  15. Manful Theresa Understanding diseases through genomics and transcriptomics. Reader: Molecular approaches to understanding life and disease. Published Digibooks Ghana Ltd, Tema. 2014 (pp. 105-115).