Events of the 32nd Scientific Meeting of the Saudi Biological Society hosted by UQU College of Applied Sciences in the period from Rajab 21-23 Rajab, 1438 H, kicked off today by discussing work papers submitted by researchers and specialists in environment sciences, biodiversity and wildlife. The first session started with four themes including; environment, biodiversity, and wildlife in which eight papers were discussed. In the second theme, the participants discussed eight scientific papers focusing on water & soil sciences and environmental pollution, while the third theme discussed eight papers focusing on plant science and protection, and the fourth theme discussed four papers focusing on animal sciences, veterinary medicine and animal production.
In the second scientific session, the participants covered four themes. The first them shed light on "Human and Development in Vision 2030", in which eight scientific papers were discussed focusing on sustainable development ways of maintaining biodiversity. The second theme also discussed eight papers focusing on microbiology, while the third theme discussed eight papers focusing on plant science and protection, and the last theme discussed animal sciences, veterinary medicine and animal production in several scientific papers.
In the third scientific session, the participants covered four themes. The first themes discussed seven papers on food sciences and biotechnology, while the second theme discussed water and soil Sciences and environmental pollution in eight papers. However, the third theme discussed plant science and protection, while the fourth session focused on veterinary medicine and animal production.
In the fourth session, four themes were discussed focusing on biochemistry and pharmacy, microbiology, plant sciences and protection and veterinary medicine and animal production.
The participants will continue their sessions on the second day, Allah willing- by discussing several themes and topics on the meeting agenda.