Amina talks about the benefits of being a Phd student in the Woody Weeds project

In a new video on the Woody Weeds website, PhD student Amina Hamad from Sokoine University of Agriculture in Tanzania talks about her research on Lantana camara and how working with PhD students from different scientific disciplines in other countries helps her tackle complex socio-environmental problems caused by this invasive plant species. She also explains that working in an interdisciplinary project prepares her for her future career.