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UQU President Participates in Scientific Sessions of the 32nd Meeting of Biological Society


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Added on - 2017/04/19  |  اخر تعديل - 2017/04/19


 


President of Umm Al-Qura university Dr. Bakri bin M'atooq bin Bakri Assas participated on Wednesday Rajab 22, 1438 H in the scientific sessions of the 32nd  Scientific Meeting of the Saudi Biological Society hosted by College of Applied Sciences from Rajab 21 to 23, 1438 H at Holiday Inn Hotel in Azizia district, in the presence of  the Dean of Applied Sciences Dr. Waleed Altaf and the Chairman of Saudi Biological Society Dr. Ibrahim Arif.  


Touring the meeting's venue, Dr. Assas checked on scientific posters amounting to more than 130, stressing its importance for developing scientific and academic research and benefits for researchers and students. He then extended his thanks to all those who contributed to the success of this meetings activities.  


After that, the participants started their scientific sessions by discussing work papers and themes submitted by researchers and specialists in biochemistry and pharmaceutical sciences in the second day through four scientific sessions in which 104 work papers were submitted.  


The first work session discussed four themes including; "biochemistry and pharmaceutical sciences", "water & soil sciences and environmental pollution", "plant sciences and protection" and " animal sciences, veterinary medicine, and animal production" through 20 work papers, in 32 work papers. While themes of the second scientific session discussed "biochemistry and pharmaceutical sciences" "microbiology", "plant sciences and protection" and "animal sciences, veterinary medicine, and animal production" in 20 work papers. 


However, the third scientific session discussed the following themes; "food sciences and biotechnologies", "water & soil sciences and environmental pollution", plant sciences and protection", besides "animal sciences, veterinary medicine and animal production" in 20 work papers. 


In the fourth session, participants discussed four themes related to "biochemistry and pharmaceutical sciences", "microbiology", plant sciences and protection",  in addition to "animal sciences, veterinary medicine and animal production" in 20 scientific studies.  


It is worth mentioning that events of the conference will end tomorrow Thursday Rajab 23, 1438 H, and the recommendations will be announced during the closing ceremony. 

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