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TÜBA-Stem Cell and Embryo Practices Education Symposium was Held
Tarih: 18 NİSAN 2017 Okunma Sayısı: 2410
TÜBA- Stem Cell and Embryo Practices Education Symposium organized by TÜBA-Stem Cell Working Group and hosted by Konya Necmettin Erbakan University (NEU) was held on April 8, 2017, at the Konya Dedeman Hotel, Konya.
The target group consisting of religious scientists, medical jurists, and medical ethics experts was given education on "basic concepts about stem cells, embryos, regenerative applications and new approaches to stem cell applications."
Symposium was started with the opening speeches of TÜBA Council Member and TÜBA-Stem Cell Working Group Co-executive Prof. Taner Demirer, TÜBA Council Member and NEU President Prof. Muzaffer Şeker and TÜBA President Prof. Ahmet Cevat Acar.
“Turkey needs interdisciplinary works.”
Emphasizing that everyone has some tasks for scientific and overall development of Turkey, Prof. Acar continued his words: “It seems increasingly clear that scientific development is vital in overall development. I believe that the responsibility for institutions, organizations, and individuals related to R & D or innovation is enormous. If Turkey does not become an innovative country, it will not be able to survive in this warfare environment for itself, or it will remain a dream to gain competitive advantage. In this respect, the task of our scientists in all our fields of science is crucial.”
Prof. Muzaffer Şeker stated that Turkey did not open doors to multidisciplinary perspectives. “This view contributes to creating synergy and synergy among science disciplines. In this sense, in this symposium, it is aimed to realize mutual information, both for the medical community, the Islamic jurists and the medical jurists, to co-operate.”
“The stem cell can bring together unexpected disciplines.”
After three sessions at the symposium, a three-hour interactive panel led the Prof. Alp Can, Prof. Mustafa Çetin, Prof. Taner Demirer, Prof. Erdal Karaöz, Prof. Fikrettin Şahin, Prof. Muzaffer Şeker and Prof. Zekeriya Tosun to answer the attendees' questions.