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Participation un the conference “The 13th World Gene Convention-2024, World DNA Day (WDD-2024)”

  Employees of the Institute of Plant Biology and Biotechnology, Head of Germplasm Cryopreservation Laboratory Kushnarenko S.V. and Leading Researcher Romadanova N.V. took part in the conference “The 13th World Gene Convention-2024, World DNA Day (WDD-2024), which was held from April 22 to 24, 2024 in Nagoya, Japan. At the conference within the framework of the Scientific and Technical Program

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A monograph by S.V. Kushnarenko has been published “Plant cryobiotechnology: fundamental and applied aspects”

  The monograph outlines the fundamental and applied aspects of plant cryobiotechnology based on an analysis of international experience and the author’s own works. The results of many years of research by the team of the germplasm cryopreservation laboratory of the Institute of Plant Biology and Biotechnology are presented, cryopreservation protocols developed for various plant species are presented. The book

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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PLANT BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY 2024 (ICPBB 2024) June 3–6, 2024

Conference Venue: «Best Western Plus Atakent Park Hotel» Timiryazev street 42, Almaty, Kazakhstan Information letter DEAR COLLEAGUES!   We invite you to participate in the International Conference on Plant Biology and Biotechnology (ICPBB 2024), which is dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the IPBB. The conference will be held on June 3–6, 2024, in Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan. The conference topics will

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Announcement of a competition for grant financing of the most promising projects for commercialization of the results of scientific and (or) scientific and technical activities for 2024-2026

The State Institution «Committee of Science of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Republic of Kazakhstan» announces a competition for grant financing of the most promising projects for commercialization of the results of scientific and (or) scientific and technical activities for 2024-2026.   The tender documentation is available on the websites of the State Institution «Committee of

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Turuspekov Yerlan is the winner of the Scopus Awards.

On November 15, 2022, an award ceremony was held in Astana for 19 Kazakhstani scientists awarded the international Scopus Awards. Among the awardees is the head of the Laboratory of Molecular Genetics of the Institute, Professor E.K. Turuspekov. Congratulations to Yerlan Kenesbekovich on the award of this prestigious international award! Elsevier, a recognized leader in the field of scientific information,

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Researchers from CIMMYT and the Institute of Plant Biology and Biotechnology in Kazakhstan discuss the importance of mentorship, training, and female role in science

Five-in-Five Blog Series: #1 The importance of an inclusive environment in wheat research

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Commercialization of RSTA of the Institute

Institute of Plant Biology and Biotechnology is the winner of Competitions for grant financing of projects for the commercialization of the results of scientific and scientific-technical activities  (2017, 2018) and is the main executor and collaborator of 3 projects: 1) Production of superelite saplings of fruit and nut bearing crops by biotechnology methods (Laboratory of Germplasm Cryopreservation); 2) The organization of

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Genetic map of soft wheat first created in Kazakhstan

For the first time, a genetic map of soft wheat grown in Kazakhstan has been formed, Yerlan Turushpekov, head of the molecular genetics laboratory of the Institute of Biology and Biotechnology of the RK Education and Science Ministry, told a briefing in the CCS, Kazpravda.kz correspondent reports.   Read more on this site Kazpravda.kz.

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Wise Plant Analysis

Weizmann Institute’s WeizMass and MatchWeiz help identify plant metabolites https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-04/wios-wpa040617.php

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Plant genes may lack off switch, but have volume control

Scientists at the University of California, Davis have discovered that DNA sequences thought to be essential for gene activity can be expendable. Sequences once called junk sometimes call the shots instead. https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-04/uoc—pgm041417.php