Due to the efforts of study community, we have accomplished excellence in modern technical disciplines and these efforts should be carried ahead.
This was said by Khan Research Laboratory (KRL) Chairman Ijaz Mukhtar during the inaugural ceremony of a five-day “National seminar on Computational Biology” aimed at conveying Pakistan’s young scientists at par with sophisticated research methods, according to an IIUI press issue.
The event organised at International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) on Monday, was organised by the IIUI Department of Bioinformatics and Biotechnology in collaboration with KRL and Pakistan Society of Computational Science and biological science.
“Students should use up to date advances in their localities of study so they can yield precious results,” according to him.
On behalf of the varsity’s president, Dr Nabi Bux Jummani guaranteed
unconditional support for devising such events in future.
Earlier, Dr Jabbar Zaman Khattak briefed the participants about the aims and objectives of the conference and met them on the behalf of the department.
Scientific professionals Dr Walayat Hussain Shah and Dr Naushaba Atta
furthermore apprised about the aspires and dream of such seminars.
The first day of the seminar was wrapped up by addresses from Dr Danial Christian Hoselli, Ammar Jaffery, Dr Nasir Mirza and Nasir Mehmood Shah.