Lucia Kabanga has found her niche! The question she tries to answer everyday is ‘What medicinal properties can we harvest from traditional plant species?’ She also inspires young minds as an instructor at Chancellor College, Malawi. Continue reading “Medicinal plants and organic chemistry: My career”
My hope is that, soon Research & Development (R&D) will be a bustling and essential field in Africa, similar to the United States, Europe and Asia. It’s high time we Africans develop homegrown solutions and innovations.
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