Dr. John Maingi Muthini


Title/Qualifications: Ph.D
Department/Unit/Section:
Microbiology
Permanent Address:
P.O Box 5191-00200, Nairobi, Kenya.
Contact Address:
P.O Box 43844, Nairobi, Kenya
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Position: Lecturer
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Publications

  • Kago E.K, Kinyua Z.M., Okemo P.O. and Maingi J.M. (2014): Effects of Cabbage Tissue and Calcium Hypochlorite on Soil Fertility and Yields of Selected Solanaceous Crops. Annual Research and Review in Biology, 4(3) 547-559.
  • Njeru, E.M., Maingi, J.M., Gitonga, N.M. and Cheruiyot, R. Symbiotic N2 Fixation in Promiscuous Soybeans (Glycine max L. Merr.) as Influenced by Phosphorus, Potassium and Sulphur Nutrition. Conference proceedings on 1st East African Regional Scientific Conference of Pure and Applied Sciences 10th-14th August, 2010 Kenyatta University, Nairobi Kenya.

Conference Presentations

  • 26th November – 27th November 2012: PACN Congress on Agricultural Productivity, Water and Waste. United Nations Conference Centre, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

  • 22nd October - 26th October 2012: 13th Biennial KARI Scientific Conference. KARI Headquarters, Katangat Road, Loresho, Nairobi.

  • 21st February 2011 to 25th February 2011: Attended Global Biological Resources Network Workshop at Methodist Guest House, Lavington, Nairobi.

  • 2nd May to 8th May 2010: SUCAPRI (Strengthening University Capacity for Promoting, facilitating and teaching Rural Innovation Processes) workshop on Moodle and Wiki held at AVU, Kenyatta University.

  • 14th March 2010 to 20th March 2010: Participated in a SUCAPRI (Strengthening University Capacity for Promoting, facilitating and teaching Rural Innovation Processes) Activity 3 University-based learning cycle workshop at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.

  • 26th January 2009 to 31st January 2009: Participated in a SUCAPRI (Strengthening University Capacity for Promoting, facilitating and teaching Rural Innovation Processes) Activity 2 University-based learning cycle workshop at Egerton University, Njoro.4th - 8th October, 2004: Attended a workshop on use of molecular techniques in identification and quantification of non-culturable bacteria. Organized by the Kenya Society of Microbiology and the Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Kenyatta University and instructed by Prof. Jerry Johnson from Wyoming University, USA between

 

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WORKSHOP
The Department of Chemistry is planning a workshop - An Introduction to Computational Chemistry and In-silico Visualization in September
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Physics Seminars 

Every Wednesday, in lab 2, from 11.00 to 1.00 pm. All researchers (post graduate students) , in Physics Department, are scheduled to be giving a seminar on their research findings or progress report information.


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