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Participation in the 318th International Conference on Agricultural and Biological Science (ICABS)
Participation in the 318th International Conference on Agricultural and Biological Science (ICABS)
Associate Professor of RUDN University Agrarian-Technological Institute Khomenets Nikolai Gennadievich participated in the 318th International Conference on Agricultural and Biological Science (ICABS), 25-26.02.2018, Vetnam, Hanoi.

Associate Professor of RUDN University Agrarian-Technological Institute Khomenets Nikolai Gennadievich participated in the 318th International Conference on Agricultural and Biological Science (ICABS), 25-26.02.2018, Vetnam, Hanoi. He made a presentation of the talk “Prospects for the use of accelerated methods and portable DNA and immune diagnostic test systems for the control of anthropogenic and natural toxicants in sanitation facilities under non-stationary conditions”, which will be later published in the scientific journal, indexed in Scopus / WoS.

The conference was organized by ISER — The International Society of Engineers and Researchers, a non-profit organization that promotes engineering sciences and technologies related to the latest developments and issues that will be discussed and experimented, through interaction between researchers and academics around the world on a common platform in collaboration with PET & The IIER.

International advisory members ISER:

  1. Shahriar Shahbazpanahi, Islamic Azad University, Department of Civil Engineering, Sanandaj, Kurdistan, Iran, PhD (Structural Engineering), University Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, 2009-Present
  2. Mohd Ab Malek Bin Md Shah, Lecturer, Department of Laws,University Teknologi Mara (Melaka) city campus,Malaysia
  3. MR. Subrata Sinha, Centre for Bioinformatics Studies, Dibrugarh University, Assam
  4. PROF. Raymond Quilas Datuon, head Research, Publication, and Faculty Development Chiang Kai Shek College

The key intention of ICABS 2018 was to give opportunity for all participants to share their ideas and experience, establish research or business relations as well as to find international linkage for future collaborations in their career path.

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