Mohd. Rezaul Islam ("Rana") worked as an associate researcher on a Horticulture Innovation Lab project in Bangladesh focused on examining nutrition impacts of horticultural innovations . At the time, he was employed by WorldFish, and a designed UC Davis affiliate as part of the Horticulture Innovation Lab management entity team.
His work focused on implementing and testing Horticulture Innovation Lab technologies — Coolbot powered cold room, UC Davis chimney solar dryer and an innovative floating garden design — in the field level, along with analysis of the technologies' social and economic impacts. He has experience in land-use system (LUS) economic analysis and speaks Bengali and English.
He holds a Master of Development Studies from Islamic University in Kushtia, Bangladesh in addition to a master's degree in horticulture and bachelor's degree in agriculture from Khulna University in Bangladesh.
What do you like most about science?
Its examination, procedure, and explanation about anything.
Best thing about collaborating across borders:
Getting to know about different cultures and people.