A group of seven students from the University of Southampton took off to Malawi last week. They will work alongside with the national and international ASSETS researchers but are independently funded Masters and PhD students. We understand that such an interaction is of great benefit to the students themselves, as well as the colleagues in Malawi and the wider ASSETS team. The student results will be meaningful by themselves but add value to the ASSETS core research.
We are looking forward to exciting blog posts from the students over the few next weeks. They will be categorised ‘associated-students‘.
Read about this in the Faculty of Science Bimonthly Bulletin, University of Malawi.