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Shaukat Ali Abdulrazak

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National Council for Science and Technology P.O. Box 30623-0010 Nairobi, Kenya Tel: +254 20 2213215; Cell: +254 721107867, E-mail: sabdulrazak@yahoo.com or secretary@ncst.go.ke   Personal data: Date and Place of Birth:                   13th July 1964, Mombasa, Kenya Nationality:                                        Kenyan Marital Status:                                   Married Languages:                                        Proficiency in English, Kiswahili and Japanese   Educational Qualifications:
1999-2001: Post Doctorate certificate at Shimane University, Japan.
1992-1995: Ph. D in Animal Science at University of Aberdeen, U.K.
1990-1991: M Sc. in Animal Nutrition at University of Aberdeen, U.K.
1989-1990:       PG Dip. in Animal Nutrition at University of Aberdeen, U. K.
1984-1987:        Dip AHU (Animal Husbandry) at Egerton University, Kenya.
1983-1984: “A” Level, Kakamega High School
1979-1982: “O” level, Allidina Visram High School (Div I, 16 Points)
1972-1978: Mariakani Primary School (KCPE)
  Administrative Experiences:
2008: Executive Secretary National Council for Science and Technology
The Secretary to the Council is the overall technical and administrative head of the National Council for Science and Technology. The duties and responsibilities includes: proper management of financial and physical resources allocated for the work of the Council; proper management of human resources and programmes of Council; guiding the Council in the development and advocacy of Science and Technology policy popularization and promotion of science and technology as a tool for national development. The Council is the focal point on Science, Technology and Innovation in Kenya. Board member of Kenya Agriculture Research Institute (KARI), Kenya Institute of Research and Development (KIRDI), Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI), Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KEMFRI), Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI), Numerical Machine Complex (NMC), Inter-University Council of East Africa (IUCEA), Radiation Protection Board (RPB), Commissioner for the Commission for Higher Education(CHE), National Liaison Officer on International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) matters in Kenya, National Coordinator - African Regional Cooperative Agreement for Research, Development and Training related to Nuclear Science and Technology (AFRA), International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB) and Comprehensive Nuclear-Test–Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO).
2002 -2007 Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Extension) Egerton University
  • Managed and Coordinated Research, Extension, Consultancy services, Vocational Training, documentation, publications; production of education materials and the co-ordination of seminars, workshops, conferences and symposia.
  • Overseeing several project and sections in the University including:
  • More that 40 internal funded and over 15 donor funded projects
  • Tegemeo Institute of Agricultural Policy and Development
  • Crop Management Research Training
  • Intergrated Biotechnology Laboratory
  • Institute for Women Studies and Gender Analysis
 
  • Contact person for networking with other institutions and organizations in soliciting for linkages and research funds.
  • Member of University Council and Management
  • Chaired Research, Extension, Publication, University Farms and Field station committees and Agricultural Resources Centre Board of Management
 
2001 – 2002: Chairman Department of Animal Science Egerton University
  • Supervised 27 teaching staff, 3 Laboratory technicians and 6 Livestock assistants
  • Prepared budget and projections for the department
  • Represented the department in various forums within and outside the University, including being a member of the Senate and Faculty management committee
  • Taught undergraduate and postgraduate students on various
Animal Science disciplines
  • Supervised MSc. Projects
  • Served in Several AD HOC committees in the University, such as
    • Chairman  - Scheme of service for administrative staff of the University
    • Member  - Restructuring of Medical department committee
    • Member - Scheme of service for technical staff of the University.
  Teaching Experience
2005- Professor (Animal Science) Egerton University
2001-2005 Associate Professor Egerton University
1997-2001: Senior Lecturer Egerton University
Taught undergraduate and postgraduate students in various Animal Science disciplines
  • Co-ordinated students projects and supervision of specific undergraduate projects
  • Initiated and coordinated Intensive Livestock Production course
  • Chaired department research and curriculum committees
  • Involved in the reorganization of the department Laboratory facilities and initiating income generating feed analysis unit
  • Member of Faculty of Agriculture graduate committee
  • Senate representative to Postgraduate Board – Egerton University
Jan. 1997 – Oct. 1997: Lecturer Egerton University
  • Training undergraduate and postgraduate Animal Production students
  • Courses taught include ruminant nutrition, Sheep and Goat production, Beef and Dairy production
Oct. 1991 – Nov.1996: Senior Livestock Officer/ Senior Lecturer Kilifi Institute of Agriculture
  • Supervised and gave guidance to members of the departments
  • Prepared budget and projection for the department
  • Participated and gave guidance to the Institute management
  • Taught Animal Sciences courses
July 1987 – Sept. 1989: Lecturer Kilifi Institute of Agriculture
  • Courses taught included-Animal Nutrition, Feeds and Feeding, Dairy, Beef, Sheep and Goat production.
  • Coordinated students seminars and projects
  • In-charge of students outreach programs and the dairy Unit of the farm
    International, Regional and National Assignments: 2009: Board Member                        African Technology Policy Studies (ATPS)   2008: Member                                  National Economic and Social Council (NESC), Kenya   2008-2009: Board Director                        The Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa (ASARECA)   2006 – 2007: Member                                  Ad-hoc Negotiations/                                                  Evaluations Task Force on Performance contracts   2006 – 2008: Board Member                        National Museum of Kenya 2005 – 2007: Chairman BOM                      Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI)   2004 – 2005: Board Member                        Kenya Meat Commission (KMC)   2004: Board Member                        African Network for Agriculture, Agroforestry and Natural Resource Education 2004-   2008: Chairman                                Eastern Central Africa Regional Agricultural Forums for Training (ECA- RAFT)   2008-2010: External Examiner                  Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Animal Science, Makerere University   2007: Editorial Board member          African Journal for Agricultural Research   2004- 2007: Member                                  Advisory committee Tea Research Foundation   2007: Judge                                      Agricultural Society Shows of Kenya 2002 - to-date: Editorial board member          Indian Journal of Animal                                                                                                         Feed Science & Technology 2001 – 2003: Editor/Executive member       Animal Production      Society of Kenya 2000- to date: Editorial board member          Asian –Australasian Journal of Animal Science 2000- 2006: Editorial board member          Malaysian Journal of                                                                                                              Animal Science   1998 – 2003: Advisory member                   Journal of Islamic guidance 1996- to date: Reviewer                                 Livestock Production Science, Elsevier   2006-   to date: Advisory Board Member        Livestock Science   2006- to date: Reviewer                                 Animal Feed Science & Technology In-service short courses:
  • Science, Technology and Innovation Policy April 13-18, 2009 at Harvard Kennedy School
  • Registered with Writers’ Bureau, Manchester, UK for a writers’ course
  • Internet Training Workshop 14-15 August 1996
  • KARI-DFID  course on statistical Approach to on-farm trials 13-17 Oct 1997
  • University Teaching methodology Course 25-27 July 2001
  • Public Procurement Management Workshop, Sarova Lion Hill lodge, 3-6 April 2003
  • Leadership and Teambuilding course, British Council, Nairobi, 9-10 June 2003
  • Project Management course, British Council,  Nairobi,10-11 May 2004
  • Training programme on Financial Management , Egerton University,11-13 July 2005
  Selected Research Experience: Completed research Projects as PI:
  • Reduction of mortality and improvement of dairy goat productivity through strategic feeding Funded DFID through Higher Education Links. 2002-2005 (sterling pounds 30,000)
  • Mineral profiles of soils, forages and blood metabolites of small ruminants in the arid and semi arid areas of Kenya - collaboration with Prof. T. Fujihara – Shimane University. Funded by JSPS (US$30,000)
 
1999- 2001: JSPS Postdoctoral Research Fellow Shimane University, Japan
  • Researched on improvement of low quality feed resources in the tropics: examined the potential nutritional and antinutritional factors in feed resources
  • Evaluated the release of mineral from these feeds
  • Co-Supervised postgraduate students projects
  • Gave lectures to Animal Nutrition group
June 1998- May 2001: Tree legume forages Research Shimane University, Japan
  • To determine animal responses (intake, digestion and body weight changes) when offered low quality diets without or with urea plus incremental levels of acacia forage
June – Nov 1998: Visiting Researcher Shimane University, Japan
  • Evaluation of nutritive value of browses species from Kenya using in vitro and in sacco techniques. Host Scientist- Prof. T. Fujihara
  • Gave series of lectures to both undergraduate and Postgraduate students
  • Co-supervised MSc. Students projects
1992- 1995: Doctoral Research Aberdeen University/ILRI
Supplementing Napier grass and maize stover diets with Leuceana leucocephala and gliricidia sepium tree forages and to determine responses on intake, digestion and performance of crossbred cattle in coastal lowland Kenya. Kenya Agricultural Research Institute/International Livestock Center for Africa (now ILRI) Collaborative research project. Main Adviser - Prof. E. R. Ærskov
1990-1991: MSc. Research Rowett Research Institute, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
The effect of supplementing ammonia-treated straw with sugarbeet pulp or barley on rumen kinetics and microbial protein production. Rowett Research Institute, Aberdeen, U.K. Prof. E. R. Ærskov and Dr. X. B. Chen
  Selected Postgraduate Supervision: Ph. D Projects:
  • Evaluation of selected indigenous tree and shrubs forages as sheep feed in Kenya- Mr. Ondiek, Egerton University (on going)
  • The effects of wild herbivores on diet quality, energy expenditure and performance of cattle in Laikipia rangeland, Kenya. Mr. Wilfred O. Odadi (2009)
  • Implications of supplementing dairy heifers with protein feeds in order to improve reproductive efficiency and age at first calving – Mr. Issack, Aberdeen University (2009)
   
  • Enhancing Livestock feed supply and Maize production by integrating forage legumes in semi-arid region of Eastern Kenya – Mr. Njarui, Egerton University (2007)
  • Potential of Sorghum almum, Commelina spp and Vicia spp for Use as ruminant forage on smallholder farms in Kenya. Lanyasunya T. Ririshon, Yangzhou University,(2007)
  MSc. Projects:
  • Nyangaga, J. 1998. The Nutritional value of selected acacia leaf browse as supplement to low quality roughage diets offered to sheep.
  • Wanyama, B. 2006. Feeding value for goats on five indigenous browse species in the Rift valley Province of Kenya
  • Ndegwa, 2003. An Evaluation of selected factors affecting the adoption of zero grazing dairy production system by smallholder farmers in Kirinyaga District, Kenya. The case of National Dairy Development Project (NDDP) 1987-1995
  • Njuguna, 2006: Evaluation of growth performance of goats offered Rhodes grass hay and supplemented with acacia tortilis leaves, fruits, their mixtures and maize bran
  • Wekesa, B. Determination of nutritive value of locally available feed resources at the farm level.
  • Wambui, C.C 2006: Use of tithonia as Livestock feed for dairy goats
  • Libako, J. Calliandra as supplement to sugarcane tops offered to goats in Western Kenya
  • Kahindi, R. 2006. Utilization of Madras thorn, leucaena and gliricidia as protein supplement by growing goats in the coastal lowlands, Kenya
  • Bii, I. Effect of Supplementing Rhodes grass hay with cotton seed cake and acacia tortilis pods on growth performance of the small East African Zebu weaners
  • Waweru, 2004. Use of pyrethrum marc as supplement for dairy cattle in Kenya
  • Juma, H. 2006. The Effects of supplementing Maize Stover with Gliricidia, Clitoria or Mucuna on Performance of lactating Cows.
  • Mwaura M. 2010. Socio-economic and technology transfer factors influencing adoption of Dairy Goats among smallholder farmers in some districts in Kenya.
    Honours, Awards and Fellowships: 2009:   Fellow African Scientific Institute (FASI) 2009:   Fellow of the Society of Biologist, U.K (FSB) 2009:   Marquis Who is Who in the world 2010 Edition 2008:   Moran of the Order of burning Spear (MBS) By His Excellency the President of Kenya 2003:   Selected in Top forty Kenyans under 40 years (top 40 under 40) award in Educational sector by Kenya Television Network (KTN) 2004:   African Network for Agricultural, Agroforestry and Natural Resources Education (ANAFE) Fellowship at ICRAF 2004:   Long service award – Agricultural Society of Kenya 1999:   Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Postdoctoral fellowship, Japan 1998:   The Matsumae International Foundation Fellowship, Japan. 1998:   International Foundation for Science, Sweden (IFS) research grant 1997:   As a team member – 1997 Winner of the CGIAR Chairman’s Science Award KARI-ILRI Small holder Dairy Research Collaborations. 1993:   Natural Resources Institute (NRI), Fellowship, U.K. 1992:   International Livestock Centre for Africa (ILCA, now ILRI) Graduate fellowship 1989:   World Bank scholarship – to study at Aberdeen University (1989-1991)   Membership and Societies:
  • Animal Production Society of Kenya
  • Life Member – Wajomvu welfare Association
  • Life Member – Mombassa Education Welfare Association(MEWA)
  • International Goat Association
  • Asian-Australasian Societies of Animal Science
  • Animal Production Society of Malaysia
  • Animal Nutrition Association of India
  • International Reading Association
  • East African Wildlife Society
  • Agriculture Society of Kenya
  General qualifications:
  • Fluent in oral and written English, and poses excellent editing skills
  • Leadership and managerial skills, innovative, team player and responsible person
  • Proven ability to work successfully in collaborative research programs, as shown by the joint publication listed below
  • Proven ability to write research proposals and secure grants from donors, as shown by the grants I have received
  • Computer literate
  Voluntary Activities and Community Service: 2006 - to date: Chairman                                            Board of Governors Nakuru Boys High School   2002 - 2008: Chairman                                            Egerton University Alumni Association     2003 - 2005:                Chairman                                            Animal Production Society of Kenya   2001 - 2004:                Country                                               International Goat Representative                                    Association   2006 -  2008: Editorial Board member                      Kenya Farmer 2000-2001: The Founder                           Shimane University First President                                     International Student and Researcher Association 2003 – 2007: Patron                                                Egerton University Coast Student Association 2002 – 2007: Patron                                                The International Association of Students interested in     Economics & Business Management (AISSEC) 2002 - to date: Founder and Patron                Egerton University Coast Staff Self help group   1997 – 2003: Patron                                                Egerton University Muslim                                                                                                     Student Association Selected Consultancy Work 1991- to date: Consultant                               Feed millers and Farms   1997 – 1998: Consultant                               Tana and Arthi River

Development Authority (TARDA)

2002- 2004: Consultant                               Kenya Dairy Board under TCP Project Quality assurance      of dairy products 2002- 2005: Project Director                       Epidemiology, Blood Safety and Research Project MoH/World Bank, Egerton  University   2003: Consultant                               United Nation Office for Project Services (UNOPS) 2009: Consultant                               Development of Sector Standards and Benchmarks, GoK LIST OF PUBLICATIONS: Publications in Refereed Journals:
  1. Abdulrazak, S.A, Chen, X.B and Ørskov, E. R. 1992. The effect of supplementing ammonia-treated straw with sugar beet pulp or barley on rumen kinetics and microbial protein production. Animal Production 54: 506 abstract.
  2. Chen, X.B, Abdulrazak, S.A., Shand, W.J and Ørskov, E. R. 1993. The effect of supplementing straw with barley or unmolassed sugar beet pulp on microbial protein supply in sheep estimated from urinary purine derivatives excretion. Animal Production 55: 413 – 41.
  3. Abdulrazak, S. A, Muinga, R.W., Thorpe, W and Ørskov, E.R. 1996. The effects of supplementation with Gliricidia sepium or Leucaena leucocephala forage on intake, digestion and liveweight of Bos taurus x Bos indicus steers offered napier grass. Animal Science 63:381 - 388.
  4. Abdulrazak, S. A, Muinga, R.W., Thorpe, W and Ørskov, E.R. 1997. The effect of incremental supplementation with Gliricidia sepium and Leucaena leucocephala on voluntary food intake, rumen fermentation, microbial N supply and live-weight changes of Bos taurus x Bos indicus steers offered Zea mays stover ad libitum. Livestock Production Science 49: 43 – 52
  5. Ondiek, J.O, Abdulrazak, S. A., Tuitoek, J. O and Bareeba, F. B. 1999. The effects of Gliricidia sepium and maize bran as supplementary feed to Rhodes grass hay on intake, digestion and live weight gain of dairy goats. Livestock Production Science 61:65-70
  6. Abdulrazak, S. A. and Fujihara, T.1999. Animal Nutrition: A Laboratory Manual. Shimane University. Kashiwagi printing Co. Japan. ISBN 4-907677-03-0 C3445, 43p
  7. Abdulrazak, S. A, Ichinohe, T, Fujihara, T and Hvelplund, T. 2000 Nutritive Evaluation of Browse Species from Kenya: In sacco Degradability and Intestinal digestibility. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sci. Vol. 13 A. July 2000 Supplement
  8. Abdulrazak, S. A, Orden, E. A, Ichinohe, T and Fujihara, T. 2000. Chemical composition, phenolic concentration and In vitro gas production characteristics of selected Acacia fruits and leaves. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sci. 13, No 7: 935 – 940.
  9. Abdulrazak, S.A, Fujihara, T., Ondiek, J. O. and Ørskov, E. R. 2000. Nutritive evaluation of some Acacia tree leaves from Kenya. Animal Feed Science and Technology 85, 1-2: 89-98
  10. Ichinohe, T, Kitamura, Y, Orden, E.A, Abdulrazak, S. A, Fujihara, T, Kyle D. J and Orskov, E.R. 2000. Assessment of degradation synchronicity of forage components in the rumen by sheep. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sci. Vol. 13 A. July 2000 Supplement, p.372-375.
  11. Ondiek, J.O, Tuitoek, J.K., Abdulrazak, S. A., Bareeba, F.B and Fujihara, T.  2000.  Use of Leucaena leucocephala and Gliricidia sepium as nitrogen sources in supplementary concentrates for dairy goats offered rhodes grass hay. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sci.  13, No. 9: 1249-1254.
  12. Orden, E. A, Abdulrazak, S. A, Cruz, E.  M, Orden, E. M, Ichinohe, T and Fujihara, T. 2000. Leucaena leucocephala and Gliricidia sepium Supplementation in Sheep Fed with Ammonia treated Rice Straw: Effects on Intake, Digestibility, Microbial Protein Yield and Live-weight changes. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sci. 13, No. 12: 1659-1666.
  13. Orden, E. A, Yamaki, T, Orden, E.M, Abdulrazak, S. A, Ichinohe, T and Fujihara, T. 2000. Effect of Leucaena and Gliricidia Supplementation on N Balance and Urinary Purine Derivative Excretion of Sheep Fed Ammonia Treated Rice Straw. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sci. Vol. 13 A. July 2000 Supplement, p.27-29.
  14. Bebe, B. O, Abdulrazak, S. A, Ogore, P.O, Ondiek, J. O and Fujihara, T.  2001. A Note on Risk Factors for Calf Mortality in Large-Scale Dairy Farms in the Tropics: A Case Study on Rift Valley Area of Kenya.  Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Science Vol. 14:No 6: 855- 857.
  15. Abdulrazak, S. A. Nyangaga, J. and Fujihara, T. 2001. Relative palatability, in sacco degradation and in vitro gas production of some multipurpose fodder trees. Asian Australian Journal of Animal Science Vol.14: No. 11 1580-1586.
  16. Yahya, M.S, Kibon, A, Aregheore, E.M, Abdulrazak, S. A, Takahashi, J and Matsuoka, S. 2001. The Evaluation of Nutritive Value of three tropical browse species for sheep using in vitro and in vivo digestibility.  Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sci., Vol. 14 No.4 496 – 500
  17. Fujihara, T, Harumoto, T and Abdulrazak, S. A. 2002. The effect of ruminal infusion of acetic and propionic acids on eating and ruminantion behavior in sheep fed a low quality hay. Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences 11: 69-78.
  18. Fujihara, T, Sakaguchi M and Abdulrazak, S. A. 2002. The effect of ruminal             infusion of acetic and propionic acids on eating and ruminantion behavior in sheep fed a low quality hay. Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences 11: 79-90.
  19. Aregheore, E. M, S. A. Abdulrazak and T. Fujihara. 2003. Evaluation of some agro-industrial byproducts available in Samoa for goats. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Science.16: 11:1593-1598.
  20. Waweru, J.M, Abdulrazak, S.A, Onyango, T.A and Fujihara, T. 2003.Use Pymarc as a nitrogen source for grazing calves. EAAP Publication on progress in research on energy and protein metabolism. Eds: W.B. Souffrant and C.C Metges 109: 657-660.
  21. Fujihara, T and Abdulrazak, S.A. 2003.The effect of exogenous purine supply on plasma concentration and urinary excretion of purines derivatives in growing kids. EAAP Publication on progress in research on energy and protein metabolism. Editors: W.B. Souffrant and C.C Metges 109: 765-768.
  22. Ondiek, J.O., B.K. Wanyama and S.A. Abdulrazak. 2003. Chemical composition, in-vitro gas production, in-sacco degradation and palatability rating of indigenous Kenyan browse species. Malaysian Journal of Animal Science, 8:107 - 111.
  23. Evitayani, L. Warly, A. Fariani, T. Ichinohe, S.A. Abdulrazak and T. Fujihara. 2004. Comparative Rumen Degradability of some legume Forages Between Wet and Dry Season in West Sumatra, Indonesia. Asian Australasian Journal of Animal Science Vol. 17, No. 8: 1107-1111.
  24. Waweru, J.M Abdulrazak, S.A, Onyango, T.A, Ondiek J O and T. Fujihara. 2004 Fish Meal Substitution For Pymarc in A Compound Dairy Ration. Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology Vol. 4:161-169.
  25. Wambui, C.C Abdulrazak, S. A, J.O. Ondiek and P.O. Ogore. Role and Management of donkeys at farm level in Nakuru district, Kenya. Draught Animal News. No. 41:24-29
  26. Osuga, I. M, Abdulrazak, S. A.  T. Ichinohe and T. Fujihara. 2005. Chemical composition, degradation characteristics and effect of tannin on digestibility of some browse species from Kenya harvested during the wet season. Asian Australasian Journal of Animal Science Vol 18, No. 1. 54-60
  27. Evitayani, A. Fariani, L. Warly, T. Ichinohe, S.A. Abdulrazak, M. Hayashida and T. Fujihara. 2004. Nutritive value of selected grass in North Sumatra Indonesia. Animal Science Journal 76(5): 461-468
  28. Abdulrazak S A, Njuguna E G and Karau P K 2005: The effect of supplementing Rhodes grass (Chloris gayana) hay with Acacia tortilis leaves and pods mixture on intake, digestibility and growth performance of goats. Livestock Research for Rural Development.Volume17,134, http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/lrrd17/12/abdu17134.htm
  29. Waweru, J.M, Abdulrazak, S.A, Onyango, T.A, Ondiek J O and Fujihara, T. 2005. Use of pymarc as a nitrogen source for grazing dairy calves Livestock Production Science 96.233-238.
  30. Wekesa F W, Abdulrazak S A and Mukisira E A 2006: The effect of supplementing Rhodes grass hay with cotton seed cake and pyrethrum marc based rations on the performance of Sahiwal female weaners. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 18, Article #11. http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/lrrd18/1/weke18011.htm
  31. H.K. Juma, S.A. Abdulrazak, R.W. Muinga and M.K. Ambula 2006. Effects of supplementing maize stover with Clitoria, Gliricidia and Mucuna on performance of lactating Jersey cows in coastal lowland Kenya. Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems. 6 (1) 1- 8.
  32. Osuga, I.M, Abdulrazak, S.A, T. Ichinohe and T. Fujihara. 2006. Rumen degradation and invitro gas production parameters in some browse forages, grasses and maize stover from Kenya. Journal Food Agriculture and Environment 4 (2) 60-64.
  33. Lanyasunya, T.P, Wang H. R,  L. Chek, E.A. Mukisira and S. A. Abdulrazak 2006. Effect of maturity on the mineral content of Columbus grass (Sorghum almum). Animal Production Research Advances, 2 (3) 134-138.
  34. Lanyasunya, T.P, Wang H. R,  E.A. Mukisira and S. A. Abdulrazak, N.K. Kibitok and Lukibisi 2006. Effect of Supplementary Soil nitrogen on Yield of Vicia villlosa Roth harvested at different maturity stages. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 2 (3): 157-163
  35. Evitayani, Warly, L, Fariani, A, Ichinoe, T, Hayashida, M, Abdulrazak, S.A and T. Fujihara. 2006. Macromineral distribution of forages in south Sumatra during rainy and dry seasons. Journal Food Agriculture and Environment 4 (2) 155 -160.
  36. Lanyasunya, T.P, Wang H. R, S. A. Abdulrazak and Mukisira, E. A. 2006. Effect of supplementation on performance of calves on smallholder dairy farms in Bahati division of Nakuru District, Kenya. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition 5 (2): 141-146.
  37. Lanyasunya, T.P, Wang H. R, Mukisira, E. A and Abdulrazak, S. A. 2006. Performance of dairy cows in different livestock production systems on smallholder farms in Bahati division, Nakuru District, Kenya. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition 5(2): 130-134,
  38. Lanyasunya, T.P, Wang H, Abdulrazak, S. A, Kaburu, P.K, Makori, J.O, Onyango, T.A and Mwangi, D. M. 2006. Factors limiting use of poultry manure as protein supplement for dairy cattle on smallholder farms in Kenya. International Journal of Poultry Science 5 (1): 75-80.
  39. Wambui C C, Abdulrazak S A and Noordin Q 2006: The effect of supplementing urea treated maize stover with Tithonia, Calliandra and Sesbania to growing goats. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 18, Article #64. May 15, 2006, from http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/lrrd18/5/abdu18064.htm
  40. Wekesa. F. W, S. A. Abdulrazak, E.A. Mukisira and J.M.K, Muia, 2006. The Mineral content of dairy cattle feed resources in Nakuru district, Kenya. Tropical Science, 46(4) 233-235.
  41. H.K. Juma, S.A. Abdulrazak, R.W. Muinga and M.K. Ambula. 2006. Evaluation of Clitoria, Gliricidia and Mucuna as protein supplements to Napier grass diet on the performance of lactating Jersey cows. Livestock Production Science 103:23-29.
  42. Wambui, C. C. Abdulrazak, S. A. and Q. Noordin, 2006. Performance of Growing Dairy Goats Fed Urea Sprayed Maize Stover and Supplemented with Graded Levels of Tithonia Diversifolia. Asian Australasian Journal of Animal Science 19: 7 992
  43. Abdulrazak S.A, Kahindi R.K. and Muinga R.W. Effects of Madras thorn, leucaena and gliricidia supplementation on feed intake, digestibility and growth of goats fed panicum hay. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 18, Article #124. September 19, 2006, from  http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/lrrd18/9/abdu18124.htm
  44. Osuga, I.M, Abdulrazak, S.A, T. Ichinohe, J. Ondiek and T. Fujihara 2006. Degradation characteristics and tannin bioassay of browse forages from Kenya harvested during the dry season. Animal Science Journal, 77: 414 – 421
  45. Lanyasunya T P, Rong Wang H , Mukisira E A, Abdulrazak S A and Ayako W O 2006: Influence of manure and inorganic fertilizer on yield and quality of Vicia villosa intercropped with Sorghum almum in Ol-joro-orok, Kenya. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 18, Article #141 http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/lrrd18/10/lany18141.htm
  46. Lanyasunya T P, Rong Wang H , Abdulrazak S A, Mukisira E A, and J. Zhang 2006. In sacco determination of Dry matter, organic matter and cell wall degradation characteristics of common vetch (Vicia sativa). Tropical and Subtropical Agroecological systems: 6: 117-123
  47. Lanyasunya T P, Rong Wang H , Mukisira E A, Abdulrazak S A and Ayako W O 2006. Effect of seasonality on feed availability, quality and herd performance on smallholder farms in Ol-joro-Orok location/Nyandarwa District, Kenya. Tropical and Subtropical Agroecological systems: 6: 87-93.
  48. Lanyasunya T P, Rong Wang H , Abdulrazak S A, Mukisira E A, and J. Zhang 2006. The Potential of Weed, Commelina as a fodder crop for ruminants. South African Journal of Animal Science. 36(1) 27-31.
  49. Osuga, I. M, S. A. Abdulrazak, T. Ichinohe and T. Fujihara. Effect of Polyethylene Glycol on Gas Production and In Vitro Degradability of Selected Browse Species from Kenya. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume18, Article #171. http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/lrrd18/12/osug18171.htm
  50. Lanyasunya T P, Wang, H. Rong , A. L. Chek, Mukisira E A and Abdulrazak S A. 2006. Effect of Maturity on the Mineral Content of the Giant Commelina benghalensis. Research Journal of Biological Sciences 1 (1-4): 74-78.
  51. Njoka-Njiru E.N,  Njarui, M.G, Abdulrazak, S. A and Mureithi, J. G 2006 Effect of intercropping herbaceous legumes with Napier grass on dry matter yield and nutritive value of the feedstuffs in Semi-arid region of Eastern Kenya. Agricultura Tropica el Subtropica, 39 (4): 255-267.
  52. Kahindi R.K., Abdulrazak S.A. and R.W. Muinga. 2007 Effect of supplementing Napier grass with Madras thorn on intake, digestibility and live weight gains of growing goats. Small Ruminant Research, 69:83-87.
  53. Njarui, D.M.G, E.N. Njoka, S. A. Abdulrazak and J.G. Mureithi 2007 Effect of planting pattern of two Herbaceous Forage legumes in fodder on productivity of grass/legume mixture in semi-arid tropical Kenya. Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems, 7:73-85.
  54. Osuga, I.M, Catherine Maindi, Shaukat Abdulrazak, Naoki Nishino, Toshiyoshi Ichinohe and Tsutomu Fujihara. Potential Nutritive value of selected acacia species from Kenya. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 87:1533-1538
  55. Osuga I. M., C. C. Wambui, S. A. Abdulrazak, T. Ichinohe and T.  Fujihara. 2008. Evaluation of nutritive value and palatability by goats and sheep of selected browse foliages from semi-arid area of Kenya. Animal Science Journal, 79 (5): 582 – 589.
  56. Ondiek J O, Abdulrazak S A and Njoka E. N. 2010. Chemical and Mineral Composition, in-vitro Gas Production, in-sacco Degradation of Selected Indigenous Kenyan Browses. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 22, Article #25.
  57. Ondiek J O., Abdulrazak S. A. and Njoka E.N. 2010 Effects of supplementing Chloris gayana hay and Maerua angolensis with graded levels of maize germ meal in voluntary feed intake, diet digestion, nitrogen balance and average daily gains of growing Small East African Goats. Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology Journal ( In Press, July Issue).
  58. Ondiek J. O., S. A. Abdulrazak, E. N. Njoka 2010. Nutritive value and Palatability rating of fifteen selected indigenous Kenyan Browse Species fed to Small East African Goats. Journal of Applied Animal Research.( In Press)
  59. J.O. Ondiek, S. A. Abdulrazak and E.N. Njoka. 2010 Performance of growing Small East African Goats offered Rhodes grass hay and supplanted with a 1:1 mixture of Maerua angolensis: Zizyphus mucronata leaf browses. Livestock Research for Rural Development. (In Press).
  60. Publications in Conference and Symposiums:
  61. Abdulrazak, S.A and Ørskov, E.R.  1995 Tree legume forage as supplements to roughage diets. Poster paper presented at the EC conference on evaluation of legume tree forages for ruminants in the tropics, in Harare Zimbabwe, 27th August - 1st Sept. 1995.
  62. Abdulrazak, S.A 1996. Role of Livestock in sustainable Agriculture. In proceedings of weekly seminars (ed. S. A. Abdulrazak) at Kilifi Institute of Agriculture 31st July - 4th September 1996.
  63. Abdulrazak, S.A, Muinga, R.W, Thorpe, W and Ørskov, E.R. 1996. Gliricidia sepium as an alternative to leucaena leucocephala forage as livestock feed. In Proceedings of the 5th KARI Scientific Conference, 14th - 16th October 1996, Nairobi.
  64. Abdulrazak, S.A. and Ondiek J.O. 1998. The effects of supplementing roughage diet with Leucaena leucocephala forages on intake, digestion and performance of goats and cattle in Kenya. Leucaena - Adaptation, quality and farming Systems, ACIAR Proceedings No. 86. In Proceedings of a workshop held on 9-14 February 1998, Hanoi, Vietnam. p.275-276.
  65. Abdulrazak, S.A., Ondiek, J.O and Tuitoek, J.K.1998. Voluntary food intake, diet digestibility and performance of crossbred goats offered Rhodes grass hay supplemented with Gliricidia sepium and maize bran. In Proceedings of an International conference of Food, Land and Livelihoods, Setting Research agendas for Animal Science, Nairobi, Kenya. p. 91 –92
  66. Ondiek, J. O, Abdulrazak, S. A, Tuitoek, J.K. 1998. Voluntary feed intake, milk yield, milk composition, weight gain and diet digestibility of dairy goats offered Rhodes grass hay and supplemented with concentrate diets containing Leucaena leucocephala or Gliricidia sepium forages. In Proceedings of the 6th KARI Conference held in November 9th-13th 1998, KARI center, Nairobi, Kenya
  67. Abdulrazak, S.A, Awano, T. Ichinohe, T. Fujihara, T. and Nyangaga, J. 1999. Nutritive evaluation of Prosopis juliflora fruits and leaves from Kenya: Chemical composition and invitro gas production. In Proceeding of British Society of Animal Science, Scarbor. 22-24 March 1999 p. 146.
  68. Abdulrazak, S.A, Nyangaga, J., Fujihara, T and Ørskov, E.R. 1999. Acacia tree forage as protein supplement to low quality diet in the tropics. In the Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium of Protein Metabolism and Nutrition, 1-4th September 1999 Aberdeen. p 5.
  69. Abdulrazak, S. A, Ichinohe, T and Fujihara, T. 2000. Effect of Polyethylene Glycol on antinutritional factors inn tropical browse using in vitro gas production technique. In Proceedings of Japanese Society of Animal Science. Kyoto University, Kyoto 27 – 28th March 2000
  70. Fujihara, T, Ichinohe, T and Abdulrazak, S. A. 2000. The Importance of roughage diet to enhance Ruminant production in Tropical Areas. In the Proceedings of International Seminar: Potential, Development of cattle, goat and buffalo as potential community in improvement of economy of the community. Padang, Indonesia, 11th October 2000 p. 18-19.
  71. Abdulrazak, S. A, Ondiek, J.O, Tuitoek, J. and Fujihara, T. 2000. Replacement value of tree legume forage for nitrogen source in commercial diet for dairy goats in Kenya. In 7th International Conference on Goats, France 15-21 May 2000. p115.
  72. Abdulrazak, S. A. P.O. Ogore, J. O. Ondiek, P. Migwi and K. Shah. 2001 Efficacy of a natural based product (Wormokill) in treatment of gastrointestinal nematodes of sheep in Kenya.  The Challenges of drought to livestock Production in Kenya (2001) Abdulrazak, S. A. Mwangi, D and Mukisira, E. A (Eds). Proceedings of the Animal Production Society of Kenya. Symposium held at Egerton University, Njoro 7-8 March 2001. APSK Nairobi, Kenya. P 147-149.
  73. Abdulrazak, S. A, J. Nyangaga, J. O. Ondiek and T. Fujihara, 2001. Voluntary food intake, digestibility and performance of sheep offered straw diet with or without urea with incremental levels of Acacia brevispica. The Challenges of drought to livestock Production in Kenya (2001) Abdulrazak, S. A. Mwangi, D and Mukisira, E. A (Eds). Proceedings of the Animal Production Society of Kenya. Symposium held at Egerton University, Njoro 7-8 March 2001. APSK Nairobi, Kenya. P 7-10.
  74. Abdulrazak, S. A, Ondiek, J. O.   Wanyama, B. K and Fujihara, T. 2002. Mineral Status of Indigenous Kenyan Goats during the Dry and Wet season.  Xth International Congress of Asian-Australasian Societies of Animal Production, New Delhi 23-27 September 2002.
  75. Ondiek, J.O, Wanyama, B, Abdulrazak, S. A. and Fujihara, T. 2002. Chemical Composition, In vitro Gas Production, In sacco Degradation and Palatability    Rating of Indigenous Kenyan Browse Species. Xth International Congress of Asian-        Australasian Societies of Animal Production, New Delhi 23-27 September 2002.
  76. Waweru, J. M, S. A. Abdulrazak, T. A. Onyango, and T. Fujihara 2003. Use of pymarc as a nitrogen source for grazing dairy calves. Proceedings of the Animal Production Society of Kenya. Symposium held at KARI –NAIV, 6-7 March 2003
  77. Osuga, I. M., S. A. Abdulrazak, T. Ichinohe and T. Fujihara. 2004. Chemical composition, in vitro gas production and tannin bioassay of some browse species from Kenya. In: New Dimensions and Challenges for Sustainable Livestock Farming, vol. II, (Wong, H. K., Liang, J. B., Jelan, Z. A., Ho, Y.W., Goh, Y. M., Panandam J.M. and Mohamad, W.Z. eds.) The proceedings of the 11th Animal Science Congress, The Asian-Australasian Association of Animal Production Societies, 5-9th September 2004, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia pp361-363.
  78. Wekesa, F. W., S. A. Abdulrazak and E. A. Mukisira. 2004. Effects of supplementing Rhodes grass hay with cotton seedcake and pymarc based rations on voluntary feed intake and liveweight gain in Sahiwal weaners. In: New Dimensions and Challenges for Sustainable Livestock Farming, vol. II, (Wong, H. K., Liang, J. B., Jelan, Z. A., Ho, Y.W., Goh, Y. M., Panandam J.M. and Mohamad, W.Z. eds.). The proceedings of the 11th Animal Science Congress, The Asian-Australasian Association of Animal Production Societies, 5-9th September 2004, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia pp 396-39.
  79. Juma, H. K., S.A. Abdulrazak, R. W. Muinga and M. K. Ambula. 2004. The effects of supplementing maize stover with Gliricidia, Clitoria or Mucuna on performance of lactating Jersey cows in the coastal lowland of Kenya. In: New Dimensions and Challenges for Sustainable Livestock Farming, vol. III, (Wong, H. K., Liang, J. B., Jelan, Z. A., Ho, Y.W., Goh, Y. M., Panandam J.M. and Mohamad, W.Z. eds.). The proceedings of the 11th Animal Science Congress, The Asian-Australasian Association of Animal Production Societies, 5-9th September 2004, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia pp 385-387.
  80. Abdulrazak, S.A. Production of Knowledge for National Development in the 21st century. Keynote Speaker during the 12th Postgraduate week conference at Kenyatta University, Nairobi 29th Nov – 3rd Dec 2004
  81. Abdulrazak, S.A. Emerging Academic and Research Agenda
  82. Keynote speaker During the Kenya DAAD Scholar Association conference held at Kenyatta University, Nairobi, 26-27th May 2005,
  83. Osuga, I. M, C.C. Wambui, S. A. Abdulrazak, T.Ichinohe and T. Fujihara. 2006. Rumen degrdation and in vitro gas production parameters in selected forages from Kenya. Annual Animal Production Society of Kenya Scientific Conference symposium 8-19 March, Bomen Hotel, Isiolo, Kenya.
  84. Osuga, I. M, S. A. Abdulrazak, T. Ichinohe and T. Fujihara. 2006. Effect of Polyethylene glycol (PEG) on gas production and degradability of selected forages from Kenya. AAAP 18-22nd September, 2006, Busan Korea.
  85. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2006. Emerging research agenda in the new millennium. Keynote Speaker during the Research Week, Egerton University 17-21st July 2006.
  86. National Publications:
  87. Abdulrazak, S. A. 1997.Tree legumes as a potential feed on Smallholder farms in
  88. Abdulrazak, S.A 1997. Feeding Strategies for dairy cattle in smallholder dairy in    the Coastal Kenya. The Kenya Farmer, Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya 85: 21 – 23.
  89. Abdulrazak, S.A. 1997. Cassava (Manihot esculenta) as livestock feed. The Kenya Farmer, Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya 87: 17-19.
  90. Abdulrazak, S.A.1997. Forage conservation can provide a solution to dry season feed scarcity. The Kenya Farmer, Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya 85:14.
  91. Abdulrazak, S. A. 1998. Farmers can utilize rice by-products as feed to raise livestock productivity. The Kenya Farmer, Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya 90:18.
  92. Abdulrazak, S. A.1998. Feeding livestock on sugarcane by-products to raise productivity. The Kenya Farmer, Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya 89: 11.
  93. Abdulrazak, S.A. 1998.The role of camels in food security and poverty alleviation in arid zones. The Kenya Farmer Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya 89:
  94. Ogore, P.O and Abdulrazak, S. A. 1998. Tapping the potential of indigenous breeds to alleviate animal diseases. The Kenya Farmer, Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya 89: 28.
  95. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2001. Diversification of sugarcane industry with livestock farming. The Kenya Farmer Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya 111: 16-18.
  96. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2002. Role of Research, Extension and Training for SustainableFarming System. The Kenya Farmer Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of             Kenya 119: 26.
  97. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2002. The constraint and possible solution to dairy farming  
  98. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2003. Potential of dairy goats in Kenya. The Kenya Farmer Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya. No. 123 July 2003
  99. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2005. Importance of Agriculture Research for small scale farmers. The Kenya Farmer Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya. No. 132: 23
  100. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2005. KMFRI supporting Aquatic resource management through research for economic development. The Kenya Farmer Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya. 133: Vol. IV. 31-32.
  101. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2006. Economics importance of Tithonia Diversifolia (wild sunflower) for smallholder farmers in Kenya. The Kenya Farmer Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya. 136: Vol. I. 35-36.
  102. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2006. Multipurpose role of Livestock in Developing countries. The Kenya Farmer Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya. 137: Vol. II. 38-39.
  103. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2006. Coastal Agriculture in Perspective: Turning the potential to realities. Kenya Farmer Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya. 139: Vol. IV. 25 –27.
  104. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2006. Contribution of Livestock Sub-sector in eradication of Extreme poverty and hunger. Kenya Farmer Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya. 140: Vol. V. 53-54
  105. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2007. Why University at the Coast, Kenya Farmer Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya. 144: Vol. 4. 18
  106. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2008 Its technology not occasional price cuts, that will give us food security published in the Sunday Standard Newspaper on December 14th 2008, pg 13
  107. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2008 We shouldn't rant about oil or rain when we can turn to nuclear Power, published in the Sunday Standard Newspaper on December 21st 2008, pg 13
  108. Abdulrazak, S. A.  2009 Technology only remedy for food security, published in the Sunday Times Newspaper on January 4th 2009, pg 11
  109. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2009 Economic uses of nuclear energy, published in the Sunday Times Newspaper on January 18th 2009, pg 11
  110. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2009 Political will is key in overcoming the country’s perennial food crisis, published in the Saturday Standard Newspaper on the 7th of February 2009, pg 15
  111. Abdulrazak, S. A.  2009 Harvesting rain water can enhance food production published in the Sunday Times Newspaper on 8th of February 2009, pg 7
  112. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2009 Fuse Planning with technological governance, published in the Standard Newspaper on 8th May 2009, pg 15
  113. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2009 Managing Knowledge economy through technology published in the Standard Newspaper on the 25th May 2009, pg 30
  114. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2009 Socialization of Science & Technology in Africa;  Modern Science holds the key to Africa’s development agenda, published in the Sunday Times Newspaper on 31st May 2009, pg 15
  115. Abdulrazak, S. A.  2009 Socialization of Science & Technology in Africa, published in  Science Africa  Magazine June – July  edition, pg 18
  116. Abdulrazak, S. A.  2009 How Africa can gain from Brain Drain, published in the Science Africa  Magazine August- September  edition, pg 16
  117. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2009 Bixa- Unexploited Potential published in the Kenya Farmers, Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya , August- September, pg 48- 49
  118. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2010 Gender equity in Science critical for development, published in Kenya Today, Government Newspaper, March 8-14 edition
  119. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2010 Science and Technology Diplomacy for Global Competitiveness, published in Science Africa Magazine May/June edition ,pg 12
  120. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2010 Positive Attributes of Hated Alien Tree Species Mathenge- Prosopis juliflora,  Science Africa Magazine July/ August, pg 11 & 14
  121. Abdulrazak,S. A. 2010 Prioritize resources to science, technology and innovation published in the Standard Newspaper on the 5th October 2010, pg 15
  122. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2010 Attitude to education must change in Coast published in the Standard Newspaper 18th October 2010 pg 15
  123. Abdulrazak, S. A. 2010 Leadership hampering education at Coast published in the Daily Nation Newspaper, 18th October 2010, pg 13
  124. Abdulrazak, S. A. Science, Technology and Innovation in water sector; Challenges and Way forward. Presented during Eastern Africa Water Association (EAWA) Exhibition held Kisumu, June 13th -14th 2008
  125. Abdulrazak, S. A., Status of Biotechnology in Kenya. Presented during the US-Africa Agribusiness forum held at NOVUS International, USA from June 22nd - 2nd July 2008
  126. Abdulrazak, S. A. Agricultural biotechnology in Kenya. Presented by the Kenyan Delegation On Familiarisation Visit of Syngenta, USA held on July 18th - 29th 2008
  127. Abdulrazak, S. A. Kenya / South Africa Cooperation in Science & Technology.  Presented during the Kenya South Africa meeting held at Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi from August 11th-14th 2008
  128. Abdulrazak, S. A. Opening remarks given at the ABSF 1st All African Congress on Biotechnology held at Laico Regency Nairobi from September 22nd-26th, 2008
  129. Abdulrazak, S. A. Opening remarks given at the Bio Aware Launch at KICC on September 25th 2008
  130. Abdulrazak S. A. Collaborative research on biotechnology and food security presented during the DAAD Alumni Conference at Laico Regency, Nairobi from October 23rd -25th 2008
  131. Abdulrazak S. A. The role of NCST in steering the country for realization of Vision 2030 presented during the Open Forum for Agriculture Biotechnology (OFAB), at Jacaranda Hotel on October 30th 2008
  132. Abdulrazak, S.A. Institutional Sustainability in Environment, Development and Climate Change given during the 1st Mainstreaming Environment and Sustainability into African Universities (MESA Conference, UNEP HQ, Kenya from November 24th- 28th  2008
  133. Abdulrazak, S. A. Opening remarks made during the Kenyan HIV Prevention Research Stake Holders Meeting, Nyali Beach Resort Mombasa, December 15th-16th 2008
  134. Abdulrazak, S. A. Opening remarks made during a Seminar on Global Status, Impact and the Future of Biotech crops, University of Nairobi, February 13th 2009
  135. Abdulrazak, S. A. Opening remarks made during the International Science and Technology Workshop 24th to 27th February 2009, Nairobi
  136. Abdulrazak, S. A. The Role of  Science in Social and Economic Development Global Leadership Interlink Determining the Destiny of Nations, 6 March 2009
  137. Abdulrazak, S. A. Opening remarks made during the Workshop for Coordinators IAEA Sponsored Projects at Kenya Bureau of Standards 6th- 7th April 2009
  138. Abdulrazak, S.A. Opening remarks during the Annual Research Conference dubbed Moving Research to Wealth Creation, Kenyatta University 28th-30th April 2009
  139. Abdulrazak, S. A. Science, Technology and Innovation as a Vehicle for
  140. Abdulrazak, S. A. Opening Remarks made during the International year of the Astronomy Workshop, Meridian Court Hotel, Nairobi on 14th May 2009
  141. Abdulrazak. S. A. Transforming Research Results into Products: The Role of Researchers, Government and the Private Sector, keynote speech at the VicRes 6th Annual Forum, May 27th -30th 2009
  142. Abdulrazak, S. A. Overview of the Organisation and Structure for Science and Technology in Kenya, presented during the Rwanda Science, Technology and Innovation Meeting, Serena Hotel, Rwanda  on 18th -19th June 2009
  143. Abdulrazak, S. A. Opening remarks given at the up-scaling and re-scaling the Learning and Teaching of Mathematics and Science for STI Capacities in Kenya Workshop at CEMESTEA on 30th June 2009
  144. Abdulrazak, S. A. 20th Technical Working Group meeting of AFRA, Cameroon 27th -31st July 2009
  145. Abdulrazak, S. A. Status of the Biosafety Law in Kenya, Agricultural Biotechnology Awareness & Outreach Workshop, University of Nairobi, August 27th-28th 2009
  146. Abdulrazak, S.A. Regional Workshop for National Liaison Officers and AFRA National Coordinators 10th -14th January 2010, Egypt
  147. Abdulrazak, S. A. Is Kenya Putting Aside Enough Budgetary Allocation for Science and Technology? Panelist at the Grand Debate  of the Kenyan Science Café at the National Museums of Kenya on 23rd January 2010
  148. Abdulrazak, S. A. Education, Science  & Technology-Challenges and Opportunities for Investors, Coast Province  Investment Conference, Travelers Beach Hotel Mombasa, 25th -26th January 2010
  149. Abdulrazak, S. A. Women in Science, Technology & Innovation: Strategies for a Competitive Workforce, Key note Address during the Gender Mainstreaming in ST&I East Africa Region Workshop, Mombasa 25th-26th February 2010
  150. Abdulrazak, S. A. The Role of Science, Technology and Innovation in Higher Education & Sustainable Development, Keynote address during the Kenyatta University, United Nations University of Japan Education for Sustainable Development( ESDA) Symposium, Silver Springs Hotel, 1st March 2010
  151. Abdulrazak, S. A. Opening remarks at the Technology Assessment Workshop held at the Kenya Institute of Education on 4th March 2010
  152. Abdulrazak, S. A. Science, Technology and Innovation; a driving force for a Competitive and Prosperous Nation during the NCST 3rd NATIONAL Conference on Dissemination of Research Results and Exhibition of Innovations 3rd – 7th May 2010
  153. Abdulrazak, S. A. Opening remarks at the Global Challenge Program (GCP) Comparative Genomics Consortium, Moi University on the 14th May 2010.
  154. Abdulrazak, S. A. Closing remarks during the 48th National Students Congress on Science and Technology Held on 12th June 2010 At Matuga Girls High School, Kwale.
  155. Abdulrazak, S. A. AFRA 2009 Country Report during the 21st Technical Working Group Meeting of AFRA from the 5th – 9th July 2010 in Abuja, Nigeria
  156. Abdulrazak, S. A. Opening remarks during the IAEA BSS Workshop, Gigiri, Nairobi 26th October 2010
  157. Abdulrazak, S. A.  Opening remarks during Kenyatta University 21st Postgraduate Seminar, 3rd December 2010
  158. Kenya. The Kenya Farmer, Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya 84:25-27. in Kenya. The Kenya Farmer Official Journal of the Agricultural Society of Kenya 117:     21-22 Presentations at Conferences and Workshops Prosperity: An overview of the Second National Conference and Exhibition organized by NCST, KICC 4th- 8th May 2009   Thesis
  159. Abdulrazak, S.A. 1991. The effect of supplementing ammonia-treated straw with sugar beet pulp or barley on rumen kinetics and microbial protein production. M.Sc. thesis, 1991. University of Aberdeen.
  160. 157. Abdulrazak, S.A 1995. The effects of supplementing roughage diets with leguminous tree forages on intake, digestion and performance of crossbred cattle in coastal lowland Kenya. Ph.D. thesis, University of Aberdeen.
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