Mojisola Esther Ojebode
Nigeria 2014
Mojisola Esther Ojebode is the firstborn in a family of three girls whose parents were supportive of higher education. An inquisitive child, she remembers wondering how food expiry dates are determined. “I have always loved anything to do with science, and I studied it in the hope that it would enable me to combat environmental issues in my community, such as the pest problem on farms.
I have always loved anything to do with science, and I studied it in the hope that it would enable me to combat environmental issues in my community, such as the pest problem on farms.
Field of Research
I intend to tackle problems facing the agrochemical industry, such as crop-protection agents that are not bioselective.

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