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2nd TÜBA-KAST Bilateral Symposium on “Biotechnology and Its Applications” Was Held at İstanbul
Tarih: 30 EKİM 2017 Okunma Sayısı: 651
2nd TÜBA-KAST Bilateral Symposium on “Biotechnology and Its Applications” at İstanbul was held under the bilateral agreement between TÜBA and The Korean Academy of Science and Technology-KAST on September 20, 2017 with the hosting and contribution of Yeditepe University.
The symposium, held in 26 August Campus of Yeditepe University, provided a platform for researchers and decision makers in biotechnology to present their latest findings and learn more about major research advances in biotechnology, business development, strategic alliances, partnering trends, product opportunities, growth business models and strategies, licensing in the fields of pharmaceutical biotechnology, medical biotechnology, industrial biotechnology, bioprocess engineering, protein engineering, bioremediation, and plant and environmental technologies, transgenic plant and animals, and its ethical and social concerns.
TÜBA President Prof. Ahmet Cevat Acar: “I believe this symposium will greatly contribute to the steps taken by the two countries in terms of scientific collaboration.”
Starting his speech with his thanks to KAST delegation for coming Turkey, Yeditepe University for hosting and Ambassador Yun-soo for his support, Prof. Acar said that: “We are celebrating the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Korea and Republic of Turkey. We, as science academies, are working on how to develop scientific cooperation and to take scientific relations forward. I believe this symposium will greatly contribute to the steps taken by the two countries in terms of scientific collaboration.”
Reminding that it has been 60 years since Korean War, Prof. Acar continued his words as: “Turkey sent about 15,000 combat troops to Korea from 1950 to 1953. So, we are blood brothers in Turkish terms. The Koreans who come to our country for us are not tourists, but guests.”
KAST President Myung-Chul Lee: “Koreans will never forget the invaluable help of Turkey.”
Saying that it is a great pleasure and honor for him to be give a welcome address to the 2nd TÜBA-KAST Bilateral Symposium on “Biotechnology and its Applications” co-organized by TÜBA and KAST in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Korea and Turkey, KAST President Prof. Myung-Chul Lee thanked to TÜBA President Ahmet Cevart Acar and Ambassador Yun-soo Cho.
He continued his speech as: “To celebrate its 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Korea and Turkey, both Academies agreed to hold symposium twice this year. We had the 1st symposium in Seoul, Korea last April under the theme of “Scientific Collaboration between Korea and Turkey” and it was very successful. As it is well known, the history of relationship between Korea and Turkey is more than 60 years. The start of the friendship between us dates back around 60 years from today. In the midst of the Korean War, a group of young men from Turkey arrived in Korea, a country they had never known. They were the brave and proud Turk responding to the call of the international community to fight for freedom and to protect peace on the Korean Peninsula to save and to protect its people.”
In program, that consist from 3 panels, the participants, also includes TÜBİTAK President Prof. Arif Ergin, presented their works on science institutions, biotechnology and its applications.