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  • Treatment of a Recycled Paper Mill Waste Water Using an Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) Reactor 

    Elkanzi, Mustafa, A, M (University of Nairobi, 1994)
    Manufacturing of paper by recycling of waste paper is currently receiving attention allover the world especially in the developing countries as a consequence of the high cost associated with production of paper from ...
  • Cloud Computing: Transforming Medium and High Tech Industries in Kenya 

    Wanjiku, Pauline, W.; Moturi, Christopher (University of Nairobi, 2016)
    Cloud Computing provides novel perspectives in internetworking technologies and has the potential to dramatically change business models. This study aimed at establishing Cloud Computing adoption in Medium and High Tech ...
  • Examining the influence of drug abuse in learning institutions in Kenya academic article 

    Nadenge, Mary G (University of Nairobi, 2016)
    Drugs are chemical substances, either synthetic or natural which when taken alter the normal physiological functioning of the body. Drug abuse relates to excessive use of psychotropic substances resulting to changes in ...
  • 772-974-6344 

    Nadenge Gabriel, Mary G; Muasya, Isaac; Mwangi, John; Mukhungulu, Maira J.; Lomeyan, Ewoi (University of Nairobi, 2016)
    The purpose of this study sought to investigate how parental socioeconomic status and involvement in students’ learning activities can influence academic achievement of students in selected secondary schools in urban ...
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    Kanu, Joseph E; Otieno, CF Frederick; Karari, Emma M; Okech-Helu, Violet; Mutai, Kenn (University of Nairobi, 2016)
    Background: Co-morbid depression is a serious condition in patients with diabetes that negatively affects their self-management, including drug adherence, consequently, the treatment outcomes and quality of life are ...