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Fifth Annual South Asia Biosafety Conference  held on 11 through 13 September 2017 in Bangalore, India

Dhaka Sept. 14, 2017. A large number of scientists from Bangladesh participated in the Biosafety conference. Bangladesh delegation comprised  teachers from Universities as well as distinguished scientists from different research institutes. This conference is the premier biosafety meeting in South Asia, and provides an essential forum to hear from leading scientists

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The 64th   issue of the online newsletter "BioLife" by ACI Agribusinesses is now available

The 64th   issue of the online newsletter "BioLife" by ACI Agribusinesses is now available. "BioLife" highlights the new developments and technologies in the agriculture sector along with the various activities of ACI Agribusinesses

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Heartiest Eid Mubarak

September 2, 3017. On belf of GNOBB and on my behalf as the coordinator I wish you all including the well-wishers hearty Eid Mubarak. Let us all take lesson from  the supreme sacrific by Prophet Ibrahim (PBUH) and make our beloved country one of the most prosperous and ideal country of the world. Ameen..

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21st Conference of the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (IAS) on, “Science. Technology and Innovation for Global Peace and Prosperity,

Dhaka, August 30, 2017. The 21st Conference of the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (IAS) on, “Science. Technology and Innovation for Global Peace and Prosperity," will be held 8-11 October, 2017 at Konya, Turkey.. The fellows interested to participate in the conference are requested to contact at their earliest convenience, Dr. Moneef Zou;bi,  the Director General

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A new publication of Dr. Enamul Huq & associates in PNAS

August 27, 2017- GNOBB offer their heartiest congratulations to Dr. Enamul Huq (One of the GNOBB founder members) and his associates at University of Texas at Austin for their recent publication in PNAS. The details are as follows: SPF45-related splicing factor for phytochrome signaling promotes photomorphogenesis by regulating pre-mRNA splicing in Arabidopsis Environmenta

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Exhibition Memoire celebrates the legacy of the British Council in Bangladesh

Exhibition Memoire was an interactive story-telling session and exhibition, organised on 25 July 2017 and in celebration of the British Council’s valuable presence in Bangladesh for nearly 70 years. The goal of the event was to visually display the impact created by the British Council through the library, examination services, opportunities of education, our work in arts and

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High yields combined with salt and drought tolerance in transgenic Bangladeshi Rice BRRIdhan 28

Abiotic stresses like salinity and drought directly affect plant growth and water availability, resulting in lower yield in rice. Salinity and drought tolerance mechanisms are very complex and usually regulated by multiple genes. Moreover, along with stress tolerance, enhanced grain yield is also a major focus of rice breeding. Previous studies separately showed that mutations or lo

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International Biology Olympiad (IBO) 2017

Dhaka August 2, 2017. IBO 2017 was organized by the Royal Society of Biology in partnership with The University of Warwick, UK. The event began on Sunday the 23rd July with an Opening Ceremony. Over the week there were two full days of exams for participants, split into  practical and  theory. There were also a number of excursions and activities for both participants and the ac

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First editing of human embryos carried out in United Stat

(Reuters) - Technology that allows alteration of genes in a human embryo has been used for the first time in the United States, according to Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) in Portland, which carried out the research. The OHSU research is believed to have broken new ground both in the number of embryos experimented upon and by demonstrating it is possible to safely an

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Heartiest congratulation to Dr. Richard Malo for successfully completing his PhD from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular biology, University of Dhaka

Dhaka July 29, 2017. GNOBB would like to  warmly congratulate Dr. Richard Malo for successfully completing his PhD from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular biology, University of Dhaka under the supervision of  Professor (Dr.) Zeba I Seraj. He was awarded the CSISA (Cereal System Initiative for South Asia) scholarship for pursuing his PhD. The research work was co

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