Institute of genetic engineering discusses the industrial applications of enzymes
The department of biotechnology in the institute of genetic engineering, university of Baghdad held a symposium entitled “industrial applications of enzymes in the areas of biotechnology” in the hall of discussions at the institute in the presence of the dean and a large number of specialists in this field from different departments in colleges and universities concerned where the symposium included three lectures. The first lecture was entitled “industrial enzymes in biotechnology” delivered by Dr. Esam Fadhil Alwan al-Jumaily in which he she light on the fundamental role played by enzymes in general and the industrial enzymes in particular in everyday human life in the face of the increased demand on which in global markets during the recent years. The second lecture was entitled “nano applications of industrial enzymes” by Dr. Amer Talib, through which he reviewed the modeern areas in the applications of enzymes, particularly in the field of medicine and pharmaceuticals. The third lecture was entitled “the role of genetic engineering in biosynthesis” that addressed topics related to genetic engineering and the extent of benefit from increased production of industrial enzymes versus increased demand. At the conclusion of the symposium, sovereal recommendations were presented to benefit from researches and theses in applied areas of production of enzymes involved in the daily lives of citizens, also increasing productivity through the use of genetic engineering applications and nonotechnology.