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Mauritius: Biotechnology decrypted under all angles by scientists from Indian and Mauritian




An international scientific conference on biotechnology was held on Monday and Tuesday in the sciences center of Rajiv Gandhi in Bell-Village, in the North of Mauritius.

A hundred scientists from India and some twenty of their Mauritian counterparts have worked on the topic of biotechnology studied especially in terms of sustainable development with four axes decrypted in the fields of agriculture, environment, industry and medicine, as indicated in the Le Défi Quotidien newspaper.

"All countries seeking the path of development is moving towards sustainable development. And there is no better than biotechnology to get there," said Professor Arvind Madhavrao Deshmukh, head of the Department of Microbiology in an Indian university.
 
For the President of the Republic of Mauritius, Kailash Purryag present during part of scientific research, science and technology are at the heart of all development.
 
According to Kailash Yage, "biotechnology plays an important role in improving economic conditions, food production, medical and environmental protection."



Fabrice François


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