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Expert NameDr. John S.K. Mbaya
TitlePrincipal Science Secretary
InstitutionNational Council for Science and Technology
Telephone254 2 336 173
Work Experience- 1975-1977: Secondary School Teacher - 1977-1995: National Beekeeping Station carrying out research, extension and training - 1996 to date: Principal Science Secretary, Government policy on Science and Technology, National Biosafety Project
QualificationsB.Sc., Bot/Zoo, Makerere University, Uganda, 1975 Dip. Education, Makerere University, Uganda, 1975 M.Sc., Entomology/Agriculture, University of Nairobi, Kenya, 1983 Ph.D., Environmental Sciences/Agriculture, Guelph University, Canada, 1993
Number of Publications5
AwardsMember, Board of Governors, Oloolua Secondary School
Other Activities1. Member, National Committee on Biodiversity 2. Member, Interministerial Committee on Environment 3. Secretary, National Biosafety Committee 4. Member, Kenya Beekeepers Association 5. Steering Committee, Conservation and sustainable use of pollinators, commissioned Oct. 1998, Sao Poulo, Brazil
Publications1. Mbaya, J.K.S., 1983: Races of honeybees in Kenya and some aspects of their behaviour, M.Sc. Thesis, University of Nairobi; 2. Mbaya, J.K.S., 1993: Defensive and hoarding behaviours of African honeybees in Kenya, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Guelph, Canada; 3. Mbaya, J.K.S., 1993: Pollination of crops by insect in Africa. In 'Crop Pollination in Africa', Edited by Roubik, FAO; 4. Mbaya, J.K.S., and Kevan, P., Defensive behaviour of three races of African honeybees in Kenya. Journal of Apicultural Research, International Bee Research Association 5. Mbaya, J.K.S., and Kevan, P., Effects of relocation of African honeybee races to foreign habitats on their defensive behaviour. Journal of Apicultural Research, International Bee Research Association
DisciplinePlant Science
Last updated09/05/2007 17:41:00

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