A Building Extension Gallery
Bishwo Shahitto Kendro [বিশ্বসাহিত্য কেন্দ্র]
BRAC University Auditorium
Civil Seminar Room, Civil Building, BUET.
Dhamalkot Primary School
Hausdorff Center for Mathematics
Hotel Fort Canning
Kempinski Hotel Suzhou
Military Institute of Science & Technology
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Shahjalal University of Science and Technology
St. Joseph High School, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Suritola Model Govt. Primary School
University Of Asia Pacific (UAP)
University of Dhaka
University of Salford
University of Vermont
Westin Harbour Castle Hotel
Zorba the Buddha
BRAC University Robotics Club [ROBU]
BUET Entrepreneurship Development Club
Chakrabarty Mathematical Society
Community of Physics
Global Science and Technology Forum
Hausdorff Center for Mathematics
IEEE RUET Student Branch
MIST Robotics CLUB
Robotic Society of RUET
Shaikh Shithil , Md.Mahabubur Rahman, Tahmid Iqbal, Mashrur Hossain
Society for Mucosal Immunology (SMI)
SUST Science Arena
The Society of Digital Information and Wireless Communications (SDIWC)
World math week committee
Youth School for Social Entrepreneurs -YSSE
Zero to Infinity
বাংলাদেশ বিজ্ঞান জনপ্রিয়করণ সমিতি
Philip Minor is Head of
Philip Minor is Head of the Division of Virology and Deputy Director of the National Institute for Biological Standards and control. He began work at NIBSC in 1978 and became Head of Division in 1985. He has been deputy Director since 2005.
He is a professional scientist and virologist with wide expertise in viral vaccines, their standardisation, control and production and in issues of viral contamination of biological medicines including blood products such as factor VIII and products of biotechnology.
He was involved in the response to BSE relating to medicinal products and oversees work on the evaluation of diagnostic methods for ante mortem testing for vCJD which is funded specifically by the UK Department of Health who also support the Institute by a grant in aid.
Minor is currently at the forefront of the race to finally rid the world of polio. The global effort to eradicate polio is the biggest public-private partnership for public health and remains the largest-ever internationally-coordinated public health effort in history. Underpinning the effort is a global network of more than 20 million volunteers worldwide who have collectively immunized nearly 3 billion children over the past 20 years. While the end is in sight, the final hurdle is compromised by the very thing that made eradication programs so successful: the vaccines themselves.
“If you’ve got rid of natural polio and then release a load of virulent virus, the consequences are greater” Minor has observed.
Minor and his colleagues at NISBC recently published a paper in PLOS Pathogens outlining a newly engineered viral strain to make vaccines.
Such a vaccine would be quicker, easier and safer to produce. A synthetic vaccine would fulfil this role without the inherent danger of accidental release of virus associated with the production of current vaccines. Eventually such vaccines could pave the way to completely eliminating the necessity to vaccinate
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Wednesdays at Southern and Dobson,
Wednesdays at Southern and Dobson, 6-6:45 p.m.
BUILDING 38 ROOM 608 A/B
To access room, use Compliance Services entrance at the
south side of building 38.
-September 14 & 28, 2016
-October 12 & 26, 2016
-November 9, 2016
-January 25 & February 8, 2017
Thursdays at 1:30 p.m.
ENROLLMENT CENTER – EC 115A, Building 39
September 15 & 29, 2016
October 13 & 27, 2016
November 10, 2016
January 26 & February 9, 2017
Financial Aid Workshops
Following Thursday Info Sessions
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm – 6:45 pm
Math Carnival promotes mathematics as
Math Carnival promotes mathematics as a choice activity. This night is all about getting students excited about math and allowing parents’ time to talk with teachers about appropriate and fun ways to practice and learn math. There will be carnival style games that incorporate math where students can win prizes.
(Thursday) 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Social Science is an exclusive
Social Science is an exclusive after-hours engagement for adults 21+ to have a fun night out, explore the Perot Museum, witness innovative experiments, enjoy dynamic performances and listen to mesmerizing speakers. Delight in signature cocktails and eclectic food as you take part in intriguing interactions and engaging discussions, all in a child-free environment!
At this Social Science let your creative side out as we check out fashion, art, and the maker movement. Show off your own innovative designs and ideas as you meet local artists, scientists, and fashion designers. Explore materials, textures, and colors during a night of ingenious designs and ideas.
Advanced member ticket sales are going on now through October 11. Become a member and save over 40% on tickets and parking for Social Science!
Members – $15
NonMembers – $25
(Friday) 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm