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Redeemer's University Wins 2016 Seeding Labs' Instrumental Access Grant
News > Update      |      Posted: May 16, 2016 06:20:23am GMT
Redeemer's University

Seeding Labs, a US-based international non-governmental organization that is globally committed to uplifting the standard of higher education in developing countries, has selected Redeemer's University and 15 others from around the world as the recipients of the 2016 high-quality laboratory equipment and supplies' grant that would be made available to winners.

This announcement of the 2016 Instrumental Access Awardees was made recently in an event organized by Seeding Labs which took place recently in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Speaking at the event, the founder and Chief Executive of Seeding Labs, Dr. Nina Dudnik, stated that the 16 universities that emerged in this year's programme are home to some of the most talented global scientists in the developing world.

He continued by saying: "We are thrilled to be helping catalyze their research and teaching. Their work is vital not only to  their own communities, where research can have enormous impact on daily life, but also will benefit the entire global scientific community".

The Redeemer's University and other 15 universities from 11 countries won the awards which were the culmination of a rigorous screening and selection process among 67 research-based universities in the developing world.

The selected universities have inspiring goal to advance cutting-edge research, expanding training opportunities for students with potential for building infrastructure that is critical to advancing human development.

Under the programme, Seeding Labs' will acquire, package and transfer selected equipment to the Department of Chemical Sciences at the College of Natural Sciences in Redeemer's University under the coordination of Dr. Emmanuel Unuabonah.

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