RK Prime Minister Askar Mamin visited the National Center for Biotechnology in Nur Sultan to assess development of Kazakhstan science, sci-tech programs and applied projects, Kazpravda.kz reports with reference to the PM press service.
The Head of Kazakhstan Government examined the laboratory block, showcasing developments of the Center in medicine, agriculture, environmental biotechnologies, food and processing industries, as well as the options for their use in the country's economy.
The capital's biotechnology center has 14 laboratories of various kinds, where research is carried out in the fields of genetic engineering, immunology, stem cells, human tissue regeneration, environmental biotechnology, and pharmacology.
The Director General of the Center E. Ramankulov reported that a number of significant research projects have been developed by the center’s specialists.
Askar Mamin tasked the Center to continue developing applied projects and enhance measures to commercialize scientific results. Special attention should be paid to the training of qualified personnel.