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Day 56

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, the time has come for the much awaited update on my side of the world: After almost 2 months in Uganda the dust is starting to settle, the excitement of novelty is slowly starting to wear off and I am more getting used to

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It was just going too well…

Hi readers, Last week started of spectacularly for our project: We attracted the attention of the manager of the yoghurt factory at UIRI, who is now eager to work with us. The first experiments we conducted with him watching our every move then surpassed all expectations. Through increasing the temperature

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Made in Katete

While waiting for the rain to stop in the village of Katete to make my way back to Mukono I realize now is a good time to write my new blog. The last few days I have been here to do some experiments with the yoghurt under the somewhat more

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Yoba family lives happily ever after…

Hey all, After three frustrating attempts to produce Yoba in the laboratories at the Ugandan Industry Research Institute we have finally managed to raise our children into adults. Everybody in the lab, especially our colleague and friend Alex, was euphoric about the outcome.  However, we have to issue a little

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raising yoba…

Hi all, In my last blog I told you how I was slowly getting used to working in the lab, now I am wondering how it happened that bacteria came to rule over my life. Like a father with his children, I go to bed after having ascertained that the

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Destination: Entebbe Airport

Hello readers! Last wednesday I left the Netherlands for Uganda, as the final addition to the Yoba team. I will stay here 6 months together with Bernd to work on the project, as Tiziana will soon be flying back to Switzerland. After packing everything I thought I could possibly need,

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My first days in Uganda

My first week in Uganda as the new project leader for Yoba was both interesting and challenging, in expected and unexpected ways. To my big surprise, I found that Uganda, in terms of its culture and state of development, is highly similar to Ghana, where I have been working on

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