Country's Largest Science Lab To Be Opened At JU

April 21, 2016 | Category: News | Posted By - | 0 Comments

Country's Largest Science Lab to be Opened at JU

The nation's biggest science lab to be introduced soon at Jahangirnagar University (JU) making open door for neighborhood researcher and the understudies, for directing development research works. 

Powers said, the examination focus will be opened without further ado. JU power took the choice to construct the science research facility on 30 May, 2009 in a syndicate meeting. 

The majority of the expenses for the science research center are giving by the Bangladesh government, World Bank furthermore the University Grand Commission (UGC) for purchasing its instruments and developing the building. 

The science research facility worked at JU in the memory of Wazed Miah the unmistakable researcher of the nation likewise the spouse of the Prime Minister Sheik Hasina. The majority of the instruments of Wazed Miah Science Research Center have as of now brought. 

The greater part of the instruments are purchased from abroad as these instruments are not delivered at our nation. Among the instruments PC based Automated Electrochemical, Complete Immersion-well Photochemical Reactor, Shaking Incubator are the most unreasonable instruments. 

The power will likewise purchase the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) in the wake of introducing the fundamental building which is the most excessive machine at the field of science exploration furthermore the most vital machine for the researcher. The cost of the NMR machine is around Tk. 40 million. 

The majority of the cash for purchasing the machine will bear Higher Education Quality Enhancement Project (HEQEP) for making the exceptional accomplishment in the field of science exploration. The machine can locate any defective at the exploration works and instrument which has one and only piece in Bangladesh. -

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