Prime Minister of Kazakhstan investigates modern scientific advancements at Nazarbayev University

Breakthroughs in Science and Health: Nazarbayev University and Intellectual Schools Discuss State-of-the-Art Laboratories and Cutting Edge Research

Nazarbayev University (NU), Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools, and the Nazarbayev Foundation recently held a meeting with the Supreme Board of Trustees to discuss the state-of-the-art laboratories at NU and the latest scientific developments taking place there. The Prime Minister’s press service reported that during the meeting, Dos Sarbassov, the general director of the National Laboratory Astana (NLA), shared information about his team’s work on developing an effective cancer treatment. He reported encouraging results from the initial phases 1 and 2 studies of the drug.

In addition to this, Ainur Akilzhanova, the acting director of the Center for Life Sciences at NLA, discussed the creation of a “genetic profile” of Kazakh citizens. This genetic profile could help identify predispositions to diseases, ultimately contributing to public health protection and the development of domestic medicine in Kazakhstan.

The meeting also included a presentation on an accelerator for research on water purification and hydrogen generation, which was created in collaboration with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in the United States. Bektenov laid out specific tasks aimed at integrating science and production, as well as expanding access to scientific infrastructure for the Kazakh research community.

During this meeting, members of Supreme Board were able to learn about research teams at NU laboratories who are currently working on projects related to artificial intelligence development, innovations in optoelectronics for green technologies, and advancements in diagnosing and treating complex diseases.

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