Academician Andrey Lisitsa will create a center of excellence in UTMN
The Tyumen State University application for a scientific project implementation won the competition for grants from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
Capital research centers Institute of Biomedical chemistry and FSBI Gause Institute of New Antibiotics also take part in the project. The total amount of its financing in 2021-2023 is up to 320 million rubles.
Ivan Romanchuk, a president of UTMN said that two new research laboratories would be created in X-BIO to implement the project. As well as new educational programs for students, new profiles in postgraduate studies aimed at staffing development of genetic technologies in Russia.
The new project program is aimed at identifying and studying microorganisms and soils microbial communities, animals and plants. Besides, it involves the development of new technologies for regenerative agriculture.
Source: UTMN Department of Strategic Communications