Despite being thousands of miles apart, Nanjing, located in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River in China, and Nakuru, Kenya, located in the Great Rift Valley in East Africa, are closely connected by a laboratory.
The China-Kenya Joint Laboratory for Crop Molecular Biology, jointly constructed by Nanjing Agricultural University and Egerton University in Kenya, is East Africa's most advanced molecular biology laboratory.
What part does the laboratory play in assisting Africa with food security? How do Chinese experts fit into this? How does the lab help university professors, students, and people in other parts of Africa? Check the video to find out.