- Biopesticides that could replace synthetic agropesticides
- Edible coatings that could prolong the shielf life of fruits and vegetables
- Production of cheaper Animal feeds using various agricultural wastes by biotechnological approaches.
- Presentation of HIV/AIDS self management education implementation model.
By O. E Wisdom Edo University, founded in 2016, located in Etsako West local government area and situated in the serene and peaceful environment of Iyamho in Edo State and approved by the National University Commission as the 41st state university on the 23rd March 2016, is one of the youngest state universities in Nigeria, Edo University, is trendsetting sustainable solutions in research and agriculture. Established with the vision to become a centre of excellence in quality teaching, research, innovation and community development; this the prestigious university has validated in her two years of existence as the university was adjudged the Best State University and Third Best University in Nigeria based on the results of the Open Education Resources Ranking conducted by the National Universities Commission (NUC). The University (EUI) unarguably is trendsetting sustainable solutions in research and agriculture in tandem with Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in providing sustainable solutions in the direction of Goal 1. No Poverty Goal 2. Zero Povrrty Goal 3. Good Health and Wellbeing Goal 4. Quality Education Goal 7. Affordable and Clean Energy Goal 13. Climate Action panafricreporters at the exhibition of publications on R&D results, science, technology, innovation and entrepreneurship (SITE) organised by Raw Materials Research and Development Council in collaboration with the University of Abuja on 17th June, 2019 gathered that EUI has secured patent for sustainable agriculture encapsulated with vision 2050 to √. Feed the whole world √. Prevents the utilization of agrochemicals. √. Pesticides residue √. Food safety “New Generational ecofriendly biopesticides derived from endophytic Bacteria for the management of tomatoes plant diseases.” The University has also added to her credits