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RUDN University took part in the International Specialized Exhibition “The World of Biotechnology 2017” and the Competition of Young Scientists
RUDN University took part in the International Specialized Exhibition “The World of Biotechnology 2017” and the Competition of Young Scientists
On February 20-22, 2017, in Moscow Gostiny Dvor passed The International Specialized Exhibition World of Biotechnology 2017 and the International Congress “Biotechnology: State and Prospects of Development”.

On February 20-22, 2017, in Moscow Gostiny Dvor passed The International Specialized Exhibition World of Biotechnology 2017 and the International Congress “Biotechnology: State and Prospects of Development”.

The events are organized annually to help accelerate the development of the Russian scientific-technological and production base of the bio industry to ensure, on the principles of import substitution, the country’s medicinal and industrial safety, and to create a pool of biotechnological enterprises operating in different economic segments and oriented to the production of demanded bio products for health and Medicine, industry, agriculture and forestry, energy, transport, housing and communal services, ecology and other spheres.

In the framework of the “5-100 Russian academic excellence project” representatives of the RUDN University also took part in the exhibition, congress, sessions of scientific sections, in the Young Scientists Competition.

At the exhibition, the RUDN University made a presentation of it’s developments in sphere of biotechnology:

From the RUDN University at an exhibition presented developments in the sphere of biotechnologies :

  • Small Innovative Enterprise “Meristem”, Agrarian — technological Institute — demonstration of the plants received in test tubes by microchannel reproduction;
  • The center of collective use in the field of pharmacy — developments in the field of pharmacy, a possibility of carrying out researches of different degree of complexity in bioengineering, medicine;
  • Institute of biochemical technology and nanotechnology — a possibility of carrying out various researches.

Representatives of the RUDN University, which has taken part in Young Scientists Competition:

  • Stoynova Anastasia Mikhaelovna, Kuzmenko Valeria Vitalyevna, Meshcheryakova N. V., Armyaninova D. K. — Institute of biochemical technology and nanotechnology;
  • Zenina Margarita Anatolyevna, Karamyan Arfenya Semenovna, Savochkina Anna Yurevna — the Center of collective use in the field of pharmacy;
  • Zaev Denis Aleksandrovich — faculty of scienses.

Exhibition and the events of the business program touched on the all range of the directions of the bio industry:

BIOTech2C

  • Products and services of the biotechnological companies for the end customer.
  • Medical food. Baby food.
  • Nutritional supplement, geroprotectors.
  • Biological products for medicine and cosmetology, and also ready-made products on their basis.
  • Biological and genetic tests.
  • Mobile technologies and individual diagnostic equipment.

BIOLab

  • Laboratory and analytical equipment and bioanalytical complexes.
  • “Smart” laboratories.
  • Processes and devices for biotechnological productions and laboratory researches (bioreactors and the measuring equipment).
  • Chemical agents and sets.
  • Nutrient solutions.
  • Consumable materials.

BIOSoft

  • Software products for biotechnology.
  • Big Data.
  • Cloud computing and services.
  • Databanks in biotechnology. IT decisions for biological tasks.

BIOMed

  • The personalized diagnostics and treatment.
  • Biopharmaceutics and pharmaceutical companies.
  • Biochips and biosensors.
  • Genetic engineering and biocompatible materials.
  • Biomedical and biorobotics technologies

BIOEconomy

  • All range of bioproducts for food the industries, agro-industrial complex, biogeology, industrial productions, and also bioagents for protection and recovery of the environment.
  • Production technologies.
  • Alternative energy sources, including from renewable feedstocks.

BIOVenture

  • Venture funds.
  • Programs of support of the biotechnological companies.
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