Al Farabi Kazakh National University holds scientific and innovative exhibition in Urumqi

Exhibition in China
Photo credit: Kazakh Science and Higher Education Ministry

The Al Farabi Kazakh National University for the first time held a scientific and innovative exhibition in Urumqi, the Uygur Autonomous Region of Xinjiang, Kazinform News Agency cites the Kazakh Science and Higher Education Ministry.

It brought together 196 rectors and heads of scientific research centres of local universities, representatives of more than 600 China’s universities, heads of 40 large enterprises and the diplomatic corps of Kazakhstan and China.

Vice Minister of Kazakh Science and Higher Education Darkhan Akhmed-Zaki, Chairman and rector of the Al Farabi Kazakh National University Zhansseit Tuimebayev and 30 scientists of the university took part in the event.

The exhibition featured scientific and innovative projects of the Al Farabi Kazakh National University.

The Chemical Coating Innovations scientific and production centre that produces galvanic packages showcased its products. It was opened as part of celebrations of the 90th anniversary of the Al Farabi Kazakh National University.

The university scientists demonstrated biologically active supplements and phytoteas from drug plants.

Besides, it featured a space-borne nano-space vehicle assembled at the university, ALFASAT innovative constructor for the development of space robotic and STEM education system at educational establishments.

The scientists also presented a new device and innovative approach to return vascular permeability.

Notably, the universities of Kazakhstan and China took part in an international scientific symposium. Those present focused on the common goals and directions for scientific and educational cooperation, commercialization of scientific projects of the Al Farabi University and shared experience.

Following the visit of the Al Farabi Kazakh National University and Xinjiang University signed memoranda and an agreement of mutual understanding on opening a joint research centre of Kazakh-Chinese universities.

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