A researcher at the University of Kerbala has obtained a patent to be able to produce silver nanoparticles.

Dr. Professor Luma Majied Ahmed at the University of Kerbala / College of Science obtained a patent from the Central Organization for Standardization and Quality Control to enable it to produce silver nanoparticles by the direct ion exchange method and to prove its effectiveness in inhibiting antibiotic-resistant Staphylococcus aureus bacteria. As well as including an explanation of how to prepare hybrid nanocomposites from silver nanoparticles…

The College of Science has held a panel discussion concern the environmental effects of the Ceratophyllum plants (Shambalan).

The College of Science has held a panel discussion regarding the environmental effects of Shambalan in removing some heavy metals and diagnosing possible genetic variations using molecular indicators, prepared by graduate student Hussein Ali Khalil. The study aims to evaluate the efficiency of the Shambalan plant in removing heavy metals from water and the effect of these minerals on the genetic side of the plant.…

The College of Science has held a panel discussion regarding the microbial function of the soil.

The College of Science has held a panel discussion about the molecular assessment of soil microbial function and the community’s response under of various soil management practices. This session was prepared by the lecturer Sned Shamel in the department of biology with the participation of the dean of the College and the department’s lecturers. The seminar aimed to demonstrate the impact of different crop production…

Kerbala University has organized a course about how to accomplish scientific research.

The College of Science at the University of Kerbala has organized an attendance course on how to prepare scientific research for undergraduate and graduate students. The course aimed to train primary and postgraduate students on how to identify the foundations used in scientific research, in accurate and discreet steps. The course recommended the necessity of training students periodically on how to complete scientific research in…

Kerbala University has held a panel discussion.

The College of Science has held a panel discussion in the Department of Physics on the subject of conductive polymers and their applications by Professor Dr. Ahmed Mahmoud Abdel Latif. Abdul Latif has pointed out the most important uses of conductive polymers and their importance, stressing that they are applied with precision to give the planned results. It was recommended that postgraduate students should be…

A lecturer from the University of Kerbala participated in a workshop in Amman

Assistant Professor Dr. Baqir Abdul-Zahraa Al-Ardhi from the College of Science at the University of Kerbala gave a scientific lecture on the most important principles used in the use of the epidemiology training program as well as the quality of the FETPs program to maintain public health. This was within the activities of the seventh scientific conference held by Georgetown University of America on International…

Kerbala University has discussed a research plan

The College of Science has discussed a research plan for Hadeel Hamid Sajet, graduate student (Master’s) in the Department of Biology in (The effect of different concentrations of gold nanoparticles on streptozotocin-induced diabetic nephropathy in male white mice) in the presence of the Scientific Committee and the Dean. The seminar is one of the requirements for submitting the thesis As well as preparing the researcher…

The University of Kerbala has discussed a study on the preparation of nano-cellulose to reduce the phenomenon of environmental pollution.

A master’s thesis of student Zinah Muhammad Abdul-Kadhum in the College of Sciences at the University of Kerbala was discussed entitled (The use of a green method (environmentally friendly) in preparing nano-cellulose and using it as a carrier of drugs in the human body) by student Zinah Muhammad Abdul-Kadhum. The thesis aims to prepare environmentally friendly nanomaterials as well as use these materials to transport…

Kerbala University has concluded a course on electronic circuits.

The College of Science at the University of Kerbala has concluded a course organized by the department of physics regarding the identification of the electronic circuits for undergrad students in the Department of Physics. The course aimed to identify the most important different uses of connecting electronic circuits. The course has recommended the necessity of training undergrad students to use devices that contribute to facilitating…