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Sino-Africa Joint Research Center in Kenya Focuses on Joint Research Projects

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Wang Qingfeng (C), director of Sino-Africa Joint Research Centre that is affiliated with Chinese Academy of Sciences, instructs the application of economic plants for local villagers in Kenya, June 19, 2018. The Sino-Africa Joint Research Center (SAJOREC), a talent cultivation and scientific research institute, was established in 2013 and covers some 40 acres of land. The Chinese Academy of Sciences has equipped SAJOREC to enhance its capacity to implement joint research projects. Since its establishment, 48 joint research projects focusing on biodiversity investigation, pathogenic microorganism detection, geographic science and remote sensing, high yield and high quality crop cultivation demonstration and land and water resource management have been undertaken. Based at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) of Kenya, SAJOREC has built long-term cooperation relationship with over 20 universities and scientific research institutions in more than 10 countries in Africa. (Xinhua/Wang Shengwei) 

 

Wang Jun, a researcher of Sino-Africa Joint Research Centre that is affiliated with Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), teaches Kenyan Teresiah Mungai using the experimental apparatus at Wuhan Botanical Garden of CAS in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, March 21, 2017. The Sino-Africa Joint Research Center (SAJOREC), a talent cultivation and scientific research institute, was established in 2013 and covers some 40 acres of land. The Chinese Academy of Sciences has equipped SAJOREC to enhance its capacity to implement joint research projects. Since its establishment, 48 joint research projects focusing on biodiversity investigation, pathogenic microorganism detection, geographic science and remote sensing, high yield and high quality crop cultivation demonstration and land and water resource management have been undertaken. Based at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) of Kenya, SAJOREC has built long-term cooperation relationship with over 20 universities and scientific research institutions in more than 10 countries in Africa. (Xinhua/Kang Kejing) 

 

Hu Guangwan, curator of the Herbarium of Wuhan Botanical Garden of Chinese Academy of Sciences, crosses a river on a log during a field survey in mountainous area in Kenya, April 17, 2018. The Sino-Africa Joint Research Center (SAJOREC), a talent cultivation and scientific research institute, was established in 2013 and covers some 40 acres of land. The Chinese Academy of Sciences has equipped SAJOREC to enhance its capacity to implement joint research projects. Since its establishment, 48 joint research projects focusing on biodiversity investigation, pathogenic microorganism detection, geographic science and remote sensing, high yield and high quality crop cultivation demonstration and land and water resource management have been undertaken. Based at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) of Kenya, SAJOREC has built long-term cooperation relationship with over 20 universities and scientific research institutions in more than 10 countries in Africa. (Xinhua/Wei Neng)

 

Researchers from Nanjing Institute of Geography and Limnology of Chinese Academy of Sciences and experts from African institutions collect sample of water from a river in a reserve in Tanzania, March 3, 2014. The Sino-Africa Joint Research Center (SAJOREC), a talent cultivation and scientific research institute, was established in 2013 and covers some 40 acres of land. The Chinese Academy of Sciences has equipped SAJOREC to enhance its capacity to implement joint research projects. Since its establishment, 48 joint research projects focusing on biodiversity investigation, pathogenic microorganism detection, geographic science and remote sensing, high yield and high quality crop cultivation demonstration and land and water resource management have been undertaken. Based at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) of Kenya, SAJOREC has built long-term cooperation relationship with over 20 universities and scientific research institutions in more than 10 countries in Africa. (Xinhua)

A member of a research team of Wuhan Botanical Garden of Chinese Academy of Sciences receives a bundle of plant from a local woman as a gift during a field survey at a village in Kenya, April 17, 2018. The Sino-Africa Joint Research Center (SAJOREC), a talent cultivation and scientific research institute, was established in 2013 and covers some 40 acres of land. The Chinese Academy of Sciences has equipped SAJOREC to enhance its capacity to implement joint research projects. Since its establishment, 48 joint research projects focusing on biodiversity investigation, pathogenic microorganism detection, geographic science and remote sensing, high yield and high quality crop cultivation demonstration and land and water resource management have been undertaken. Based at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) of Kenya, SAJOREC has built long-term cooperation relationship with over 20 universities and scientific research institutions in more than 10 countries in Africa. (Xinhua/Wei Neng)

Yang Pingfang (1st L) and Wang Lu (front L), researchers on modern agricultural science and technology demonstration and promotion from Sino-Africa Joint Research Centre that is affiliated with Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), teaches overseas students at Wuhan Botanical Garden of CAS in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, Sept. 15, 2017. The Sino-Africa Joint Research Center (SAJOREC), a talent cultivation and scientific research institute, was established in 2013 and covers some 40 acres of land. The Chinese Academy of Sciences has equipped SAJOREC to enhance its capacity to implement joint research projects. Since its establishment, 48 joint research projects focusing on biodiversity investigation, pathogenic microorganism detection, geographic science and remote sensing, high yield and high quality crop cultivation demonstration and land and water resource management have been undertaken. Based at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) of Kenya, SAJOREC has built long-term cooperation relationship with over 20 universities and scientific research institutions in more than 10 countries in Africa. (Xinhua/Kang Kejing)

Photo taken on Oct. 2, 2017 shows the headquarters of Sino-Africa Joint Research Centre that is affiliated with Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) near Nairobi, Kenya. The Sino-Africa Joint Research Center (SAJOREC), a talent cultivation and scientific research institute, was established in 2013 and covers some 40 acres of land. The Chinese Academy of Sciences has equipped SAJOREC to enhance its capacity to implement joint research projects. Since its establishment, 48 joint research projects focusing on biodiversity investigation, pathogenic microorganism detection, geographic science and remote sensing, high yield and high quality crop cultivation demonstration and land and water resource management have been undertaken. Based at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) of Kenya, SAJOREC has built long-term cooperation relationship with over 20 universities and scientific research institutions in more than 10 countries in Africa. (Xinhua/Yu Quan)

Researchers from Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth of Chinese Academy of Sciences and experts from African institutions conduct land cover investigation in Kenya, Sept. 26, 2016. The Sino-Africa Joint Research Center (SAJOREC), a talent cultivation and scientific research institute, was established in 2013 and covers some 40 acres of land. The Chinese Academy of Sciences has equipped SAJOREC to enhance its capacity to implement joint research projects. Since its establishment, 48 joint research projects focusing on biodiversity investigation, pathogenic microorganism detection, geographic science and remote sensing, high yield and high quality crop cultivation demonstration and land and water resource management have been undertaken. Based at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) of Kenya, SAJOREC has built long-term cooperation relationship with over 20 universities and scientific research institutions in more than 10 countries in Africa. (Xinhua)

Photo taken on Nov. 29, 2017 shows the headquarters of Sino-Africa Joint Research Centre that is affiliated with Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) near Nairobi, Kenya. The Sino-Africa Joint Research Center (SAJOREC), a talent cultivation and scientific research institute, was established in 2013 and covers some 40 acres of land. The Chinese Academy of Sciences has equipped SAJOREC to enhance its capacity to implement joint research projects. Since its establishment, 48 joint research projects focusing on biodiversity investigation, pathogenic microorganism detection, geographic science and remote sensing, high yield and high quality crop cultivation demonstration and land and water resource management have been undertaken. Based at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) of Kenya, SAJOREC has built long-term cooperation relationship with over 20 universities and scientific research institutions in more than 10 countries in Africa. (Xinhua/Yu Quan)

(Editor: LI Yuan)

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