Faculty of Biotechnology

The Faculty of Biotechnology is organized into 12 departments and provides a comprehensive range of resources, skills and experience designed to develop knowledge and understanding of both the practice and theory of biotechnology and related areas of study. More than 40 Faculty members and 55 PhD students participate in an active research program, which receives funding from national and international sources. Over 280 students enroll in courses which prepare them for work in the health and environmental protection sectors, in research laboratories and in those areas of industry which implement biotechnology.

Areas of study: 
  • Biotechnology

Areas of expertise include:

  • Protein engineering
  • Molecular photosynthesis mechanisms
  • Liposome technologies
  • Cancer growth mechanisms
  • Agricultural biotechnology
  • Bioinformatics

lecture halls, seminar classrooms, teaching laboratories, fully equipped research laboratories