SP College to host conference on biochemistry
SYED IMRAN ALI HAMDANI
Srinagar, Oct 1: The Department of Biochemistry SP College in collaboration with Centre of Animal Biotechnology SKUAST, J&K State Council for Science and Technology DST Srinagar, Department of Biochemistry University of Kashmir, Department of Immunology and Molecular Medicine SKIMS Srinagar is organizing two-day conference on “Recent Trends in Biosciences” from October 3.
An official handout said the conference was “aimed to bring scientists working in different fields to a common platform to exchange knowledge and ideas.” “The conference will focus on various issues related to Green and Nanotechnology, Biodiversity, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Agriculture and Medical Science,” it added.
Minister for Higher Education, Labour and Employment, AG Malik will inaugurate the event while Minister for Science and Technology, Agha Syed Ruhullah Medhi shall be guest of honour. Commissioner Secretary, Higher Education, Tanveer Jehan(IAS) is scheduled to be the special guest.
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