Wambui Mbichi is a plant scientist dedicated to finding solutions for sustainable agriculture and improved food security. She is also the host of Farm to Table Podcast KE where we talk about food systems and farming. Her goal is to work at the intersection of research and policy to promote sustainable agriculture that is also profitable to farmers.
In this episode, She talks about the highs and lows of her journey in science.
The Vulnerable Scientist is a Kenyan-based podcast that focuses on scientists' stories about their daily lives, work, and how they got to where they are. I am your host Sarah Nyakeri, a scientist, informal science communicator and a hiker. I am a multidisciplinary individual that does digital marketing and website design during my free time.
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