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Nat'l Biotech Fair begins in city

Published: 19 Oct 2019 | Updated: 20 Oct 2019   

Online Desk

The two-day long National Biotechnology Fair has kicked off Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Novo Theatre in the capital.

The fair began on Friday will end on October 19, reports UNB.

National Institute of Biotechnology and the Ministry of Science and Technology is jointly organising the fair. 

A total of 56 government and nongovernment organisations, public and private university life science department, biotech based companies and concerns and research laboratories participated in the event, setting up at 67 stalls.

Dr Md Salimullah, director general of the National Institute of Biotechnology (NIB), presented the keynote paper at the inauguration of the fair while Yeafesh Osman, minister of science and technology was present as chief guest.


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