Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South (COMSATS)

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COMSATS and TIB hold CCIB Workshop on ‘Technical Innovation in Traditional Plant Medicine’ (October 13, 2021)

COMSATS in collaboration with its Centre of Excellence in China, the Tianjin Institute of Industrial Biotechnology (TIB), organized a virtual workshop on ‘Technical Innovation in Traditional Plant Medicine’, from the platform of COMSATS Joint Centre for Industrial Biotechnology (CCIB), on 13th October 2021. The objective of the event was to […]

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COMSATS Holds Webinar in Connection with United Nations Day for South-South Cooperation

To celebrate United Nations Day for South-South Cooperation (12th September 2021), COMSATS organized a webinar entitled “South-South Cooperation: Creating headways for Post-Pandemic Inclusive Recovery”, on 21st September 2021. Joined by notable speakers from United Nations Office for South-South Cooperation (UNOSSC), New York; South Centre, Geneva; Alliance of International Science Organizations […]

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COMSATS-ANSO-UCAS Collaborative “ANSO-BIDI School” Concludes

COMSATS collaborated with the Centre for Environmental Economics of the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CEE-UCAS), and the Alliance of International Science Organizations (ANSO) for organizing a virtual ANSO-BIDI School from 12th May to 4th August 2021. Earlier started as ANSO Training on Sustainable Development and Leadership Enhancement, the […]

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New COMSATS Focal Person in SDGs Unit, Ghana

On transfer of Mr. Cletus Alengah, COMSATS’ Focal person at SDGs Unit, from the SDGs Advisory Unit, Mr. Dominic Asante Opoku-Manu, who assumed the Office of the President as Policy Analyst and assigned as COMSATS Focal Point at Ghana’s Presidency. Mr. Cletus is playing an active role in preparations and […]

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World Hepatitis Day 2021: Interview with National Focal Person on Hepatitis in Pakistan, Dr. Huma Qureshi

World Hepatitis Day is observed every year on 28th July to help raise awareness and understanding of hepatitis – a major global health problem causing acute/chronic liver infection (inflammation) that may lead to a life-threatening disease. Affecting 1.5 million people globally each year (World Health Organization, 2019), hepatitis is one […]

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