Muneta G. Kangara
Phone: +44 (0) 115 951 5151
Muneta Grace Kangara is a soil scientist with a Bachelor of Science Honours degree in Soil Science (2008), a Masters in Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition (2013), and a PhD in Soil Geochemistry and Plant Nutrition (2020); all from the University of Zimbabwe’s Department of Soil Science and Environment. She is currently a Research Fellow with the University of Nottingham’s Future Food Beacon and the School of Biosciences, coordinating a GCRF funded project: Translating GeoNutrition: Supporting policies to reduce mineral micronutrient deficiencies in Zimbabwe. Muneta’s work has received recognition and awards from several institutions including: i) The Brian Chambers Award for young scientist working in plant nutrition at its inauguration (2015), ii) The International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) Scholar Award (2016) and the Marschner Young Scientist Award: “Nurturing the future” in 2017.