Mansoura University held a workshop on biotechnology applications

Mansoura University, organized in collaboration with the University of Aberdeen at the United Kingdom

 the workshop for the first time to link scientific research in the field of biotechnology and how to transfer the scientific research into the industry.

The workshop was opened by Prof. Ashraf Sweilem - Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research with the Industry and market experts both Dr. Ian Votrnham – the British director of genza company for Bio-Industries and Mr. Paul Goddard – the British expert to market bio-products, and the coordinator of the workshop, Dr. Wael Hussein, the assistant professor in the College of Pharmacy and a member of the scientific mission at the University of Aberdeen. In the presence of, Prof. Nahed al-Anani - Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy and Prof. Mohamed Salah – the official office of international relations at the university.

The workshop was attended by more than 120 participants from the faculty members, post- graduate students and students from the faculties of medicine, pharmacy, nursing, science and engineering and agriculture, where the workshop was held under the title:
"Towards a vibrant low-carbon bio-based economy in Egypt: the use of synthetic biology and advanced industrial biotechnology for an accelerated transition"

Prof. Wael Hussein explained the importance of this vital area which links between scientific research, manufacturing and how to transfer the product to suit the market needs in the fields of bio-industries.

Prof. Mohamed Salah noted to the keenness of Mansoura University on international cooperation, which increases the efficiency of the Egyptian cadres, which will reflect on the development of education and scientific research.

Prof. Ashraf Sweilem stressed on that the cooperation comes in the framework of the state.

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