BioKMT is organising its 9th BioKMT Research network that aims to bring together scientists from Africa and Middle East together to discuss a new track "One planet: One health and One Climate" and
how biological sciences could help to reduce the impact of climate change, improve health worldwide, and monitor a slowly brewing pandemic (antimicrobialresistance).
9th BioKMT Research Network wonderful speakers list:
Dr Mariam Awlia, Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nation, Italy
Dr Khalid B Beshir, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK
Dr Amro Hassanein, University of Maryland, US
Dr Hosam Zowawi, University of Queensland, Australia
Dr Ahmed Hassan, Washington St. Louis School of Medicine, USA
Dr Ahmed Mostafa, National Research Centre, Egypt
To register please click on the link below: Deadline is 9th December, registration is free however registration forms will be reviewed due to limited seats.
In Heiroglyphics, the sign Per (incomplete rectangular shape) used to refer to a place or a house. Hence, the word Pharaoh was originated from “Per-3a” meaning the big house. Egyptian considered the library or as they called it “Per-Ankh” as the house of life. Because to them knowledge is the key of life is through understanding the world we live in. The conceptual design of our logo is simply adding a DNA double helix to Per Ankh symbolising our stand as the house of biological sciences research.