CSIR-CFTRI Students Symposium  Registration open
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CSIR-CFTRI Students Symposium  Registration open

Mysuru: The CSIR- Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI), Mysuru, is playing host to a unique symposium on Advances in Biological Research to be held on July 13.

The CSIR-CFTRI-Students-Symposium (CCSS) is organised with support from Association of Food Scientists & Technologists (India). The event is being conceived, managed and organised by the young researchers of the Institute.

The prime objective of CCSS is to provide an opportunity for a close interaction of scientists and scholars, with varied interests in diverse field of Biology. This will also provide a forum for in-depth assessment of challenges involved in researches pertaining to biology.

Participation is open to all Ph.D scholars, who are pursuing research in Biological Sciences in CSIR-CFTRI and University of Mysore. Registration is open till June 25. There is also an opportunity for youngsters to present their research in curated talks before the audience.

Interested may e-mail their queries to [email protected] or contact CCSS-2018 Organising Secretary V.P. Mahendra on Mob: 74119-05072 or Convener Abdul Majid  on Mob: 88925-88380.

June 24, 2018

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