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Dr. Margaret Chege is a lecturer in the Department of Physics, Kenyatta University, Kenya, where she undertakes teaching and research. She holds a Ph.D and an M.Sc in Environmental and Radiation Physics. Her research interests include radon isotopes particularly in traditional earthen dwellings typical to parts of rural Kenya, naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM), biomass-fuel pollution, and heavy-metal and radionuclide contamination of groundwater used for domestic purposes. Dr. Margaret has authored peer-reviewed articles and participated in national and international conferences and workshops.