Recently our Biology department students travelled to Beijing, China to present their research papers at the 2018 World Life Science Conference. The topic of their presentation was Nanomedicine.



Student Ayan Nurkesh presented a research paper called “Date pits nanodots as a novel anti-cancer drug acts though inhibition of peroxidase, ROS levels, DNA damage and pH alteration”.


Student Akerke Altaikyzy presented a paper work called “Effect of carbon nanoparticles on bacterial cell growth and development”. 


During the conference students attended lectures of 5 Nobel Prize winners and other distinguished professors. Additionally they were able to attend the Chinese Academy of Science labs where they gained a valuable experience in a field of Nanobiotechnology. 

The research works of our students were nominated for a “Travel Award” that was given for 55 participants out of 4000 in total.