Dr Jeremiah Kebwaro holds a PhD in Nuclear Science and Technology from Xi’an Jiaotong University in China, MSc in Physics (Radiation Physics) from Kenyatta University and B.Ed from Moi University. Dr Kebwaro is currently the Acting Dean school of Pure and applied Sciences at Karatina University. He is also a member of the Kenya Research reactor project team that is undertaking a feasibility study for the development of a research reactor in Kenya. Dr Kebwaro has also served as a consultant in the EU-Funded project MC 5.01 15B Support to Southern African States in Nuclear Safety and Safeguards. From 2012-2015, He was a member of the Daya Bay reactor antineutrino collaboration that was studying the oscillation of antineutrinos released from two Nuclear reactors in south China. Dr Kebwaro is mentoring many upcoming scientists through postgraduate supervision and has published several papers in reputable nuclear science and Physics journals like, Nuclear Engineering and Design, Progress in nuclear energy, Radiation Protection dosimetry, Applied radiation and Isotopes Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A &B, Physical Review among others.