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Students are Gaining Valuable Practical Experience at Egerton Living Lab

Students want to learn and gain valuable practical experience. At Egerton Living Lab students are taking data on fish parameters. This practical exercise deepens their understanding of fish biology, behaviour, and aquaponics.

Eating Healthy at Egerton Living Lab

We are once again bringing the news from Egerton Living Lab! Sustainable agriculture is transforming people in Nakura. Farmers are now eating healthy food during well-deserved breaks, after all the hard work they have done.

Tomatoes will soon be ready for harvesting at Egerton University Living Lab

It is time again to share some thrilling updates from one of our Living Labs! Thanks to the hard work of dedicated farmers (adopters of INCiTiS-FOOD solutions) in Egerton University Living Lab, in just a few weeks, tomatoes grown in pumice will be ready for harvesting.

20-12-2023 at Egerton University Living Lab

We’re excited to share a recent success story from the heart of our Living Lab initiative! A dedicated adopter from Egerton Living Lab, embarked on a transformative journey at the Living Lab – the INCiTiS-FOOD training session where important and key skills were built in order to upscale the circular food technology.,

02-11-2023 at Egerton Living Lab 

The Living Lab in Kenya is at full speed and is preparing for a new harvesting season. The vegetables, exposed to optimal growing conditions, are showing progress and will soon be ready for harvest.

11-09-2023 at Egerton Living Lab

The Egerton Living Laboratory (Egerton LL) is thrilled to announce the launch of its insect rearing training program, in collaboration with Insectpro. The program has already shown exceptional promise with samples of crickets featured prominently.

In addition to cricket rearing, Egerton LL is also actively conducting training on Black Soldier Fly (BSF) rearing. This initiative is made possible through a partnership with INCiTiS-FOOD from Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology, led by Prof. Ayieko and Dr. Mwereza.

14-07-2023. At Egerton University Living Lab

Implementing a solar system to energize the fish hatchery unit signifies a remarkable stride towards fostering sustainable aquaculture practices. By tapping into clean and renewable energy sources, this installation stands poised to revolutionize fish production, effectively reducing our ecological footprint. Egerton University Living Lab shows dedication to pioneering innovative solutions that align with principles of environmental responsibility. This accomplishment not only showcases their commitment to sustainability but also sets an inspiring example for the integration of technology and ecology for the greater good.

10-07-2023. At Egerton University Living Lab

In a collaborative effort with another project, Egerton University Living Lab is engaging with a transformative project to create an innovative fish feed, utilizing the capabilities of the black soldier fly (BSF). This collaboration underscores a progressive approach to aquaculture, harnessing nature’s processes to forge sustainable and efficient feed solutions. The synergy between these endeavors is a testament to Egerton University Living Lab’s commitment to advancing pioneering solutions that seamlessly blend technology, ecological principles, and the evolution of food production.

6-8-2023 At Egerton University Living Lab

From this elevated point, the landscape of the Living Lab unfolds. This view encapsulates the harmonious coexistence of technology and nature, showcasing the convergence of innovative experimentation and ecological integrity. Egerton University LL is dedicated to advancing knowledge and sustainable practices, echoing the Lab’s role as a hub of discovery and transformation.
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