National Conference On Biotechnology, 28-29 June, 2017 (14-15 Asar, 2074)


Center for Biotechnology, Agriculture and Forestry University (AFU) is going to organize a two-day National Conference on Biotechnology, 28-29 June, 2017 (14-15 Asar, 2074) covering the broader themes of policy frameworks and applications at AFU Rampur, Chitwan. The event marks the 8th birthday of the AFU. The conference aims to bring together Biotech policymakers, professionals, researchers, and students at a national platform and update the research progress made on topics covering fundamental genetics to applied biotechnology. Also, highlight imminent issues impeding Biotechnology research and development in Nepal. Guest speakers are invited from various research, academic institutions, and industries of Nepal. The conference thematic areas include but are not limited to agricultural, livestock & veterinary, forest, and medical biotechnology. It is anticipated that around 100 scientists and professionals, including students in the fields of biotechnology and allied sciences, will attend the conference.

The conference will provide you:

  • A national platform for the exchange of ideas and networking with leading biotechnologist and policy makers of Nepal.
  • Opportunity for presenting research activities and salient findings, and new avenues of biotech research and partnership in Nepal.
  • The conference will feature student’s thematic art exhibition and poster competition sessions.

Further details:

Hurry up for abstract submission.

Abstract Submission Deadline: June 20, 2017

Note: Guidelines for full paper submission (as per the AFU Journal Guideline) are mentioned on the website.

Scientific Activities:

  1. Scientific talks
  2. Science art competition
  3. Poster competitions

Thematic Areas:

  1. Crop Biotechnology
  2. Animal Biotechnology
  3. Veterinary Biotechnology
  4. Medical Biotechnology
  5. Industrial Biotechnology
  6. Microbiology
  7. Biochemistry
  8. Fish Biotechnology
  9. Forest Biotechnology
  10. Food Biotechnology

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