A 3-day international symposium on recent advances in molecular biology titled “Advances in Molecular Biology of Plants and Health Sciences” at National Centre of Excellence in Molecular Biology (CEMB) inaugurated by Higher Education Commission (HEC) Executive Director Professor Dr. Arshad Ali.
PU Vice-Chancellor Professor Dr. Zafar Mueen Nasar, HEC Regional Office Director-General Nazeer Hussain, Professor Dr. Riazuddin Sheik, CEMB Director Professor Dr. Tayyab Husnain, employees and more than 100 researchers from Japan, Germany, KSA, Sudan, China and from various renowned organizations of Pakistan went to on the event.
Dr. Tayyab said that the thought behind this international symposium was to accumulate researchers, share science and concoct approaches to work together. He said that a large number of molecular biologists from the agriculture and health side participated in this symposium was a decent sign and demonstrated the extent of the interest of the participants.
Professor Dr. Arshad Ali extolled the endeavors of scientists and staff of CEMB for sorting out an uber occasion and valued the gainful thought of Dr. Tayyab Husnain to bring alumni back, allowing them to exhibit their research.
He said that specialists at CEMB are making an awesome showing with regards to in agriculture and health sciences and that it is the need of great importance to disperse this learning to the layman and their kindred scientists. He included this may help them in having their influence well in the commitment to the progress of the nation.
Arshad additionally hoped that symposium will give a stage to new international coordinated efforts and students would benefit from the experience of research scholars from various parts of the world.
Vice-chancellor said that CEMB remains at the front line of other life science departments in molecular biology research. “Researchers at CEMB are likewise working for the welfare of the normal man and the cottonseed created by CEMB will spare neighborhood agriculturists billions of rupees and get an insurgency the provincial zones of the nation,” he included.