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isms | 14 February, 2017 21:57
14th February 2017
Vacancy Announcement for Research Assistant
The Kathmandu University, School of Engineering announces the research assistant position to work in the project for the period of six months. The candidate should have at least 4 years undergraduate degree in Biotechnology or Chemistry.
Interested applicants are invited to send their curriculum vitae to the project principal investigator Dr. Bishnu Prasad Pandey (firstname.lastname@example.org) until 21st February 2017.
Only short listed candidates will be called for an interview.
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Dr. Gunjan Bisht, Assistant Professor of Department of Chemical Science and Engineering, got a paper entitled “Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Assisted Synthesis of Stimuli-Responsive Magnetic Poly(N-Isopropylacrylamide)-Ferrite Biocompatible Nanocomposites for Targeted and Controlled Drug Delivery” publiished in International Journal of Polymeric Materials and Polymeric Biomaterials (Taylor & Francis online), a peer-reviewed SCIE indexed journal.
This paper deals with the synthesis of Poly (N-Isopropyl acrylamide)-Ferrite nanocomposites(PNCs) using supercritical fluid technology and study on its drug loading and release activity for targeted and controlled drug delivery.
The paper is available at the given link:
isms | 06 February, 2017 10:10
In partnership with the National River Conservation Trust (NRCT), Aquatic Ecology Centre of School of Science, Kathmandu University successfully hosted the first ever river summit in Nepal in the bank of Sunkoshi River. The first summit brought more than 200 participants representing scientific community, policymakers, students and activists and farmers and fishermen. The summit highlighted pertinent issues related with rivers and advocated for their sustainable use and management. The summit brought out a 15-point Sunkoshi Declaration which was submitted to the parliamentarians before the country’s new constitution was promulgated in 2015.
The second river summit will be organized on March on the banks of the Trishuli River. It aims to bring wide range of stakeholders to discuss challenges and sustainable use of rivers. The deliberations will identify approaches for better management of river water in Nepal.
Nepal is going to federal systems and the issues of rivers, most of which are transboundary on federal states that will need strategies to resolve disputes. In tourism section, not many people know, Nepal the World's best whitewater rafting and Kayaking destination but may not remain for that long if we would not take the initiation to conserve the Nepal’s river. Therefore, the second National River Summit will also highlight these issues and aim to improve understanding around it.
As a post summit activity, there will be elevan days long rafting in the river Karnali from Upper Karnali dam site to Chisapani.
For tentative program, see the attachment.
Anybody interested to submit papers or posters, please write to aec@ku,edu,np
with the title of the same NO LATER THAN 30 FEB 2017.
Subodh Sharma, Co-Chair (TECHNICAL)
isms | 02 February, 2017 07:41
Kathmandu University, through its Research, Development and Consultancy Directorate, will identify, select and award Rs. 50,000/- (Rupees Fifty Thousand only) financial support to the Masters’ level students for their water governance related thesis works through agreement with HELVETAS Nepal for the academic year 2017.
Any students interested along with their Supervisor(s) are informed to express willingness to apply for funding to the address below no later than 13 Feb 2017.
isms | 02 February, 2017 07:36
Contact: Dr. Rabindra Bista (Email: email@example.com), Erasmus Unit, Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel, for submission of Application, no later than March 03, 2017.
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RDC - Learning Event on Wastes to Energy (23-27 Jan 2017) Successfully concluded at KUSOM
A five days long training on the theme ‘Wastes to Energy’ successfully concluded here at the Kathmandu University School of Management (KUSOM) premises on 27 th January 2017....[More Detail..]
isms | 26 January, 2017 14:15
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isms | 24 January, 2017 11:05