Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences.
I'm a lecturer in Physics, and currently teach Applied Nuclear Physics, as well as Energy Technology and Industry.
Meeting a new crop of students every year and stimulating their interest in my subject, because of my approach, my passion, being a good role model is very gratifying.
The website for the International Atomic Energy Agency and various journals.
Inspiring, supportive, enlightening.
The 2023 Annual Conference was the first ever event for me and I found it extremely useful. I learnt so much from the various sessions and also greatly expanded my network. I was also encouraged by the interest people showed in supporting my work after the presentation I made.
My niece, Grace Nkhwazi.
Yes, a dog name Genki.
Singing, aerobics, jogging.
Through my research studentship and doctoral studies at the University of Tokyo. My laboratory dealt a lot with radiation protection – which included membership of, and participation in, RP bodies.
It never hurts to ask.
My first roller coaster ride at Fuji Q Highland in Japan.
I don’t know... I value a lot of things but my family definitely tops them. Though they aren’t things of course!
While You Were Sleeping.
The Richest Man in Babylon.
A gynaecologist (truth be told it was only because my mum said I should be, haha!)
For King and Country (any album from them, anytime).
Backpacking in the Schengen area (I’d only need one visa to visit many countries)!
“Opportunities of a lifetime must be seized in the lifetime of the opportunity.”
Staying on a beautiful tropical island in the Caribbean, with crystal blue waters and fabulous accommodation.
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