They were hosted by (AGERI), for 10 days of training where they received an insight on the following aspects during laboratory work such as: *Bioinformatics, *ELISA, *RNAi,* DNA sequencing *Genetic Transformation plant studies After completing their training Professor Dr. Osama Ahmed Momtaz the director of AGERI and Professor Dr. Shereen Assem deputy director for training and extensions commemorated that event, by distributing participation certificates to document the training session, to the students in a memorable award ceremony. The Faculty of Biotechnology is very grateful and appreciates their great cooperation.
- Sunday, 16 February 2014 00:00
Published in Campus News
For the second time in a row, Biotechnology students were privileged to get an accommodation at the Agricultural Genetic Engineering Research Institute for training (AGERI), during their midterm break.