Nigerian University Invents Dual-Mode Temperature Controlled Machine

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Nigerian University Invents Dual-Mode Temperature Controlled Machine

Dr Abiodun Ajijolakewu, a Lecturer at the University of Ilorin situated in North Central Nigeria, has invented a ‘Double Decker Dual-Mode Temperature Controlled Incubator Shaker’.

This development was made known by the school bulletin which was issued On Monday 13th of January.

The machine is programmed to mix substances and maintain the different temperature within the same machine. It is expected to add more value to research.

Dr Ajijolakewu stated that the machine separates different functions at the same time, saving time, money and space.

“The usual tradition is that we get the material that can maintain temperature and agitation at the same time. The double-decker dual-mode temperature-controlled incubator shaker can have temperature 35 degree for one, 23 degree at the other one and 32 degree on the other hand and all are going on at the same time,” he said.

Dr Ajijolakewu added that the machine would be of tremendous use for research works under Life and Clinical Sciences, aiding researches in Universities.

He recommended the machine for Universities and the Federal Government, as it makes research less laborious, explaining that the derivable benefits of the machine are enormous.

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