Talk programs from national and international delegates.

  1. Microbiome and Health Benefits of Some Global Fermented Foods and Beverages, Speaker: Professor Dr. Jyoti Prakash Tamang FNABSFNAAS, FIAMS, FBRS,Officiating Vice-Chancellor Sikkim University (central university) Sikkim, INDIA,E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., on April 29th 2018 Sunday (16Baishak, 2075 BS)
  2. Dengue virus infection in Nepal, Dr. Sujan Shrestha, Mar 18, 2018
  3. Advanced Analytical techniques to study toxicants present at trace and ultra trace level in the subject areas related to biodiversity and public health, prof. Dr. Aloksrivastava, Chairman, Chemistry Department and Centre of Advance Studies, Panjab University, Chandigarh-160014, INDIA, March 6th 2018 Friday (23 Chaitra, 2074 BS)
  4. Pre-assembled CRISPR/CAS9 ribonucleoprotein as a tool for DNA-free genome editing for production of value added crop plant and plant based pharmaceutics, Dr. Puna Maya Maharjan, 1School of Biological Sciences, College of Natural Sciences, Seoul National University, Seoul 08826, Korea,E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Wednesday 28thFeb, 2018
  5. "From yeast to genes and Genems of phytopathogenic fungi" Speaker: Prof. Dr. Christian Koch, Division of Biochemistry /Department of Biology, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen Germany, Monday 26thMar, 2018(Chaitra 12, 2074)
  6. "Global sharing to interpret DNA variation: the experience of inSIGHT mismatch repair database and it's variant interpretation committee. Speaker: Prof. Dr. Finlay Macrae, Secretary insight, The Royal Melborn Hospital Australia, Monday 26thMar, 2018(Chaitra 12, 2074)
  7. Muscluar dystrophy; a tale through Drosophila melanogaster (ShrutiChhetri, PhD Candidate from Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry -28th Dec, 2017)
  8. Oxidized lipoprotein and cardiovascular disease, Rojit Shrestha-28th Dec, 2017
  9. 9.The HPV-18 E7 CKII phospho acceptor site is required for maintaining the transformed phenotype of cervical tumour derived cells (Om Basukala, PhD Candidate from ICGEB, Tumor Virolology group-28th Dec, 2017)
  10. 10.Talk Program on “Geo- Samadhi” by Mahayogi Siddhababa-23rd May
    1. 2016
  1. Clinical Inhibition Of Caax, Protease Activity Disrupts Yeast Ras Localization (Prof. Dr. Surya Manandhar, Department of Biological Sciences, California State University Long Beach (CSULB) Long Beach, CA-June 17th, 2016)
  2. Phytochemical and Phytotherapeutical Perspectives of Nepalese Sumac (Rhusparviflora) (Dr. Sabina Shrestha, Himalayan Biome Research Institute Kathmandu, Nepal - July 28, 2016)
  3. Proteomics: A technology to understand biological problems (Dr M V Jagannadham, Senior Principal Scientist fromCSIR-Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad India-23rd Sept, 2016)

Before 2015

  1. Prof. Dr. Lalji Singh – Renown molecular scientist/Father of finger printing in India. Former Director, CCMB, VC, Banaras Hindu University,-2010
  2. Prof. Neera Valla Sarin, JNU, New Delhi, India delivered lecture on "Metabolic redesign of Vitamin E for abiotic stress tolerance in plants and cancer prevention in mouse " on 5th November 2014
  3. Talk program on "Scientists are able to explain Science but… Is Science able to explain the Scientists?" by Bhakti NiskamaShanta (Ph.D) and other scientists from Sri ChaitanyaSaraswat Institute, West Bangal, India. May 26, 2014
  4. Talk program on "Interaction of Nano particles with Biological system” by Prof. Rajeev Kumar Saxena, President, South Asian University, India April 25th, 2014
  5. Talk programme on "Synergistic interaction between auxin and brassinosteroid in Arabidopsis growth" by Dr. Puna Maya Maharjan, Postdoc fellow, SunMoon University, south Korea, November 25th 2013
  6. Prof. Dr. L. Sreerama who worked as Fulbright Scholar at Central Department of Biotechnology in 2010, delivered lecture on Bhadra 7, 2070 (August 23, 2013)
  7. A series of talk program on Knock out mouse deliver by Dr. Diana Otto, Ireland, on August 13, 18, 25 and 27, 2013
  8. Talk programme by Ms. ReshicaBaral (Ph.D. Student, Developmental Biology), Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York on Friday, August 16, 2013 :" An attempt to understand the structure, organization, and the maintaenance of homeostasis in the Zebrafish intestine".
  9. Talk programme by Dr. Deepak Singh on August 14, 2013 :" Biomass to Biofuels and Biochemicals : A Priority for Sustainable Development
  10. Talk programme by Prof. Gerald Schatten (from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, USA) on Regenerative Medicine in the 21st Century, on November 30, 2014. Close group meeting was also organized at the CDBT.
  11. Talk programme Prof. Irene Fonseca (Department of Mathematical Sciences, Carnegie Mellon University, USA) on Mathematics IF Imaging
  12. Talk programme by Prof. Choon-Hwan Lee, (Department of Molecular Biology, Pusan National University, South Korea) on " Protection mechanism for photosynthesis approach against excess light energy captured by chlorophyll in higher plant " on 24 November 2014
  13. National Workshop on “Barcoding Wildlife in Nepal” was organized by CDBT and Dr. David Schindel (CBOL, Smithsonian Institute, USA) on February 3, 2014 at Tribhuvan Memorial Hall, TU, under the scientific leadership of Dr. Tilak R. Shrestha

krishnadasmanandhar.jpgThe shape of country is defined by the higher educations and the research activities adapted by it for the production of potential human resources which may abruptly bring new approaches for nation. While we talk about science and technology in the prospective of Nepal, it has yet to follow the world trend.

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