Codix Pharma, OOU Sign MoU to Introduce Biosensor Curriculum

Codix Pharma Ltd has officially solidified its collaboration with Olabisi Onabanjo University through the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU). The MoU aims to introduce a course on biosensors and nanotechnology to the Department of Chemical Sciences, a move designed to enhance the employability of students.

During the event, Mary Ogangwu, Chief Operating Officer of Codix Pharma Ltd, expressed her enthusiasm, stating, “We are honored to participate in this significant occasion. Our partnership holds the promise of a brighter future, not only for the students and university but for the nation at large. At Codix Pharma Ltd, our mission extends beyond financial success to making a meaningful impact. We believe Nigeria has the potential to lead on the global stage, and initiatives like this will propel us forward.”

Professor Johnson Agboola, Vice-Chancellor of Olabisi Onabanjo University, emphasized the importance of academic innovation, remarking, “A nation’s productivity is directly linked to the innovative output of its academic institutions. For too long, there has been a disconnect between academic learning and real-world applications. We commend Codix Pharma Ltd for their commitment to bridging this gap. The university looks forward to collaborating with other organizations on certification courses that address fundamental challenges in Nigeria, contributing to a brighter future for our country.”

This landmark partnership signifies a step forward in promoting academic-industry collaboration and fostering innovation for national development.

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