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22 September 2019
It`s Happening Here Appointment of DRUSSA Sponsored CREST Graduate to the Research & Innovation Office (RIO) at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST)

Heather Ndlovu, who graduated from the DRUSSA sponsored CREST MPhil programme, and lectures in Records and Archives Management at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) in Zimbabwe, has now been appointed part-time to support Research Uptake and spends 40% of her time working on research dissemination in the RIO office. She chatted to about what her work entails.

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It`s Happening Here Understanding the context for Research Uptake in Zambia

At the recent Research Communications workshop held in Johannesburg early in April 2016, we caught up with Felicitas Moyo, who is a University of Zambia DRUSSA team member, and who is currently conducting research about research impact in Zambia, as part of her DRUSSA sponsored studies at CREST. She spoke to us briefly about her research topic as well as Research Uptake activities at the university.

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It`s Happening Here Research Uptake Activities at Moi University: Disseminating Research Findings

At the Research Communication workshop held in Johannesburg, South Africa recently, caught up with Silvia Matum and Luke Kibitok to talk about Research Uptake (RU) and dissemination activities at Moi University, as well as current and future training in RU for researchers.

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RUM in Action Sustainable Research Uptake Capacity at the DRUSSA Universities

The DRUSSA Programme is delighted to introduce the 2016 DRUSSA Benchmarking Survey Report, the third (and the final) such report in the series. It provides longitudinal evidence of the levels and types of Research Uptake capacity strengthening that the DRUSSA universities have undertaken in the period 2012 – 2016.

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It`s Happening Here Legon 18 Chilli Pepper: An example of Research Uptake and Utilisation from the University of Ghana

Since its inception in 1961, the University of Ghana’s Department of Crop Science has made great strides in supporting the development of agriculture and the food industry in Ghana. It has developed many new crop varieties, including pepper (Legon 18), garden eggs (Legon 1), cowpea (Legon prolific) and sweet potato (Freema) which are widely used by farmers in Ghana. The legon 18 pepper variety is a great example of the success of the Department in promoting Research Uptake.

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